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The New Radio Equipment Directive -- 2014/53/EU: An Overview

Dec. 5, 2016
Sponsored by Intertek
As we rush forward into the Internet of Things (IoT) age where products ranging from home appliances, medical devices, car navigation systems, industrial equipment, and even running shoes are transmitting and receiving data, more and more devices are deemed “radio equipment”. This paper will provide an overview to guide you from previous radio requirements to those being enforced today.

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