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RF Antenna Testing Services

At 2J Antennas, we provide an end-to-end RF antenna testing service.

With our technical expertise, project management, and certification testing capabilities, we will assist in meeting the Global Certification Forum (GCF) and PCS Type Certification Review Board (PTCRB) requirements for any RF device.


Before introducing equipment to the market, any cellular device needs to comply with certain certifications & standards. Without this certification, devices may not be allowed to operate in North American networks. To get access to these markets, PTCRB has introduced a set of certification requirements. We provide a risk-free platform by performing thorough testing and providing detailed feasibility reports, shortcomings and roadblocks that might contribute to certification failure.

Devices can successfully be brought to market faster, without any further problems or extra costs.

Why should you consider this service from 2J Antennas?

  • Global Reach - Testing and certification in most markets
  • Pre-certification Testing - Identification of potential non-compliances
  • Tailored Testing - Solutions - Enhanced process efficiency and streamlined testing cycles
  • Rapid and Responsive - Flexible work schedules that help to meet even the tightest deadlines launching a device to the market

Passive Antenna Parameters

We will provide the required parameters to qualify and quantify any antenna, once they are integrated into a device:

  • Impedance
  • VSWR (Voltage Standing Wave Ratio)
  • Return loss
  • Efficiency
  • Peak/Gain
  • Average Gain
  • 2D radiation patterns
  • 3D radiation patterns

At 2J Antennas, we follow strict procedures to make sure that post-integration issues don’t arise and that functionalities of both the device and antenna remain up to standards.

Total Radiated Power TRP

TRP gives us the power radiated by an antenna when it is connected to a transmitter. These measurements are available for equipment of various technologies: LTE, 4G, 3G, WCDMA, GSM, and HSDPA.

Total Isotropic Sensitivity TIS

The TIS parameter is a key value as it is dependent on the antenna efficiency,
the receiver sensitivity and self-interference.

Radiated Spurious Emission RSE

RSE are emissions at a frequency, or frequencies which are outside the necessary bandwidth. Spurious emissions include harmonic, parasitic, intermodulation and frequency conversion products but exclude out-of-band emissions. Our RSE reduces the spurious in order to not affect the other devices around.

Conducted Power and Sensitivity

In some cases, degradation can occur. Sensitivity and conducting power are some of the main parameters in wireless communication devices. We provide the tools to analyze and identify the issues and the root causes of any failure that could impact the PTCRB certification process.



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