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RF certification is complicated process, as it involves several actions and parties. Some conditions that need clarifying include:  

  • Which country or countries do you plan to apply for certification?
  • What is the application of the device with RF module, and how will the RF module operate, i.e. Access Point mode or Client mode? 
  • Can modular approval be accepted for your system or whole system approval is compulsory? 
  • What OS is your system using now? Do you require the chipset’s official driver porting? 
  • Could your system run on Windows OS even if the final system be not Windows OS? For example platform x86.

The above questions set forth the foundations to start your certification process. If you are unsure, please send us the details above so we can help you speed up the process.

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There are several certifications that allow antenna filing without requiring re-testing. Japan TELEC (MIC) filing is most frequently requested, which we do offer and some of them will be free of charge. If you need this service, please send us the details below:

  • antenna specification with RF cable loss for all frequencies, antenna type, and photo of the antenna with RF cable measured with a L-ruler
  • module ordering number and model number
  • application of your system to ensure whether such use can apply for antenna filing

You can send us the above information or contact us for further help.

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Most of our modules are multi-certified for different countries. However, since wireless certifications are complex and not all info is online, we strongly recommend that you contact us for details.

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    CE regulation accepts self-declaration yet most companies may not know how to process it. In general, CE certification only accepts system approval and this is what all the testing labs will tell you. However, in some cases you still can leverage the RF testing data of the module itself. If you would like to know how to save testing cost, you can send us the information below:

    • antenna specification.
    • Enli’s RF module ordering number and model number
    • application of your system, and which mode you are using: Access Point (AP) mode or Client mode. If AP mode, please advise if you plan to use DFS
    • OS version you are using? Windows/Linux/Android?

    By FCC regulation, you are allowed to contain model FCC ID on your system in most cases, EXCEPT when:

    • antenna type used is different to certification report,
    • antenna gain value is bigger than certification report,
    • your system will use DFS band, and runs on Access Point mode.

    If you still have any doubt on how to leverage module FCC certification, or how to proceed on the above exceptions, please feel free to contact us.

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    Certification tools from chipset vendors are confidential, which generally cannot be released. Though if needed, you may apply through us or contact the chipset vendors directly.

    Moreover if your system does not run on Windows OS but need the system approval, it may require not only the certification tools, but also the accompanying official (licensed) driver from the chipset vendor. For such case, the best way is contact us.

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    For some modules, we do have the worldwide certifications. To facilitate certification of other modules, we urge you to contact us since it is not as easy as expected.

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    If you would like to use modular approval for your system, these are some settings you need to check first. 

    • Which country or countries do you plan to use the product? 
    • What is the application of your product?
    • What is the selected antenna you plan to use on your system? 
    • Will your system use DFS band? 
    • Will you need to retest some of your system? Do you have the testing tools on hand for this? 

    The above questions are among several practices that need discussion before initiating the whole process and obtaining certification from our side. 

    Furthermore, your testing lab may not recognize module RF testing data from another lab, yet the original testing lab can. In such case, processing your system certification at the original testing lab could be a good alternative. Please contact us for more details. 

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