The Internet of Things is providing exciting opportunities to enhance products for consumer, industrial, medical and others. This paper discusses these unlicensed wireless connections and the special testing required to meet government regulations for IoT devices. The primary focus will be on the United States Federal Communications Commission (FCC), but the tests that need to be carried out are similar in most of the world. Testing for compliance can be complicated and time consuming but the testing is easier with knowledge and the correct test equipment.
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