We are UKAS accredited to BS EN ISO/IEC 17025:2005, a Telecommunications Certification Body for the US and a Certification Assessment Body for Japan. TRaC has accreditations with ICASA (South Africa) and Telepermit (New Zealand), and our Telecommunications test reports are accepted around the globe, allowing easy access to alternative markets in addition to Europe.
- Telephones / modem machines
- Facsimile machines
- Private Branch Exchanges (PBXs)
- Public Switch Telephone Network (PSTN).
We can help manufacturers with Analogue Testing for the following countries:
- New Zealand
- South Africa
The standards we most commonly test to are as follows:
- TBR 15
- TBR 17
- TBR 21
- ES203 021
- AS/CA S002 or AS/CA S004
- PTC200 or PTC220
- Ordinance 31
- DPT-TE-001 or DPT SWS 001
Regulatory telecommunications testing is split into interface-specific and full system requirements. The functionality of the device will determine the specifications applicable to the product.
Systems have developed over the years with added functionality and varying connectivity types. Testing for these types of products is known as system testing, which covers all the interface types supported by the product - and the complexity can increase the number of applicable standards for a specific country.
To learn more about how our Telecoms Testing and approvals can add value to your design and testing, email your specification and requirements to firstname.lastname@example.org, enter your details into the blue form or call us on the number in the top right corner of this page.