Radiofrequency (RF) Testing

Radiofrequency (RF) Testing of Electronic Devices and Components

DEKRA evaluates the applicable Radiofrequency (RF) requirements that an electronic device or component has in order to comply with national and international standards and requirements.

The benefits of Radiofrequency (RF) Testing

  • Applicable to all electronic devices and components integrating one or more wireless interfaces

  • Designed to protect the spectrum and the effective use of it

  • Ensures market access and success globally

  • Global network of testing labs and RF testing experts

  • Compliant with all national and international standards and requirements

Radiofrequency (RF) Testing

About Radiofrequency (RF) Testing

DEKRA’s Radiofrequency Testing (RF) Testing services are designed to test RF requirements in electronic devices and components. These tests are an essential requirement in order to ensure that products integrating a wireless interface are fully compliant with national and international standards and requirements.

Our RF testing services are specifically designed to support manufacturers when their products need to meet certain standards and requirements to protect the spectrum and the effective use of it. These are regulatory requirements in most companies, which is why our RF Testing specialists are fully accredited in line with specific national laws.

We ensure that all of our customers’ products are fully compliant with all the applicable or requested RF requirements in each market, ensuring market access and success with minimum interference.

We test amongst others:

  • Short range (30 kHz – 866 MHz)
  • Near Field Communications (NFC/RFID)
  • Digital enhanced cordless telephone and Ultra Low Energy (ULE) 1.9 GHz
  • Bluetooth® v2.0 to v5.2
  • Wireless LAN (IEEE 802.11 a/b/g/an/ac/ax)
  • Zigbee, Z-Wave (2.4 GHz)
  • Low power radiofrequency technologies: LoRa, Sigfox
  • Cellular: GSM, WCDMA, LTE, NB IoT, CAT M1, 5G, MulteFire, OnGo (CBRS)
  • Connected driving: DSRC, PC5, SAE J2945/1 & SAE J2735, ITS – G5, Radar 24 GHz, 77 GHz
  • Ultra wide band 3.1-10 GHz
  • WiGig (IEEE 802.11ad) 60 GHz
  • WiGig (IEEE 802.11ad) 60 GHz