U.K. Home Office Releases New RF Test Requirements
Friday, April 06, 2018 | Comments

The U.K. Home Office released an RF susceptibility test requirement that applies to electrical and electronic equipment where immunity to RF interference is of principal importance. The requirement addresses the higher end of the frequency spectrum, where many transceiver-based devices operate, and addresses the high probability of a number of these devices being active in close proximity inside the same vehicle.

The test requirement specifically addresses TETRA field strength requirements within vehicles.

“By aligning itself with existing commercial electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) standards, the new requirement aims to remove as much duplication as possible,” the document said. “By passing the U.K. Home Office’s type approval requirement for susceptibility, a product should automatically satisfy the CE-marking requirement for susceptibility.”

The full document is here.

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