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Commercial Wireless Compliance 8-Pack of Videos (Bundle) – Single License [2017 Webinar Recording]

This 8-Pack Bundle includes the following webinars:  FCC Approval Requirements/Process Presented by Tim Johnson This webinar will review various rule part applicability for the more common applications for licensed and unlicensed wireless device approval for US and Canada.  Restrictions on modifications and use of accessories are presented.  Modular approval and integration requirements are discussed for the designer implementing wireless functionality into products. SAR and MPE requirements and details regarding permissive change options are identified.  A review of the grant and obtaining technical detail on the approval is reviewed.  Rule parts that require FCC involvement are identified. FCC Application Review (Content Requirements) Presented by Greg Czumak This webinar will review the application for approval content and presentation of technical detail from test results to design parameters.  Providing all the required information as part of the original application can expedite the approval process without a delay to obtain additional information required for approval.  This presentation is based on the reviewer perspective with identification on common omissions.  An essential training for those preparing applications. New European Radio Requirements Could Leave You in the “RED” Presented by Michael Derby As the required implementation date and the end of the R&TTED to RED transition period rapidly approaches, this training addresses compliance to Directive 2014/53/EU, known as the RED. We have seen a lot of activity in harmonizing standards but it is still expected that Notified Body (NB) involvement will be needed in many cases.  This webinar reviews the requirements and timelines of the RED, the status of the harmonised or draft standards, and the requirements for using a Notified Body including the technical documentation file. Preparation for the June 2017 deadline for maintaining compliance of products on the EU and EEA market must be completed, and this training provides essential information. Anatomy of a Test Presented by John Repella Many wireless device approval regulations require an extensive set of test and measurements to confirm that a device is compatible with radio frequency spectrum matters.  Although not applicable to all countries, the RED cites use of specific harmonized standards to demonstrate compliance and these ETSI standards describe the test program.  Compliance in other countries have a similar test program with their specific requirements that have a lot of similarity to the ETSI testing. This webinar provides a detailed review of a test program based on compliance with a selected ETSI standard (300 328) The test approach, measurements, and verification of compliance for: RF power Duty Cycle Accumulated Transmit Time Hopping Frequency Separation Medium Utilization Adaptivity Occupied Channel Bandwidth Unwanted emissions (TX & RX) Receiver Blocking + Other specific elements will be discussed, and the requirement for immunity testing will be provided as a separate class on this topic. Those involved in design and qualification testing of wireless devices will find this information critical for understanding what happens during the test program and why the operation control of the device under test is so critical for the testing. Wireless Broadband Device and DFS Requirements Presented by Michael Young According to the 802.16-2004 WiMAX standard, broadband means “having instantaneous bandwidths greater than 1 MHz and supporting data rates greater than 1.5 Mbit/s. This seminar explores the technologies that have proliferated after the introduction of IEEE 802.xx series of specifications. There is a wide range of systems available spanning from 900 MHz through 72 GHz. Discussion will present an overview current Wi-Fi devices, as well as other the license-free bands and equipment that operates in these bands. Dynamic Frequency Selection requirements for operation in the 5 GHz region for radar protection is included in this wireless device class.  We will also explore the TV White Spaces and introduce the new Citizens Broadband Radio Service. This class provide essential information for the designers incorporating broadband technology into their products and to the test and evaluation team on understanding the parameters associated with this product type. International Approval Presented by Mark Maynard This webinar provides details on the approval process for many Asia Pacific, South America, Africa, Middle East and Europe (Non-EU) countries.  Information regarding the technical requirements, requirement for in country test and evaluation and specific variances for select countries are discussed.  A critical training for those associated with the international market approval. Immunity Requirements – Wireless Presented by Steven Koster Many country approvals include Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) evaluations that require immunity as part of the approval process.  This class reviews the various immunity test requirements using a RED harmonized standard as the basis for test selection.  From radiated RF to power interruptions, the details are examined along with the fundamentals of accomplishing the tests.  This class supplements the class on testing of the radio performance testing previously presented. Wireless and Risk Management Presented by Steven Ferguson Directive 2014/53/EU includes provisions to address risk management and requires that the file include this analysis.  If using a harmonized standard or Notified Body (NB), the risk analysis remains a necessary function and must be present in the technical file.  This class reviews the various topics associated with wireless device approval and how to manage risk mitigation.  A general approach to documenting the risk analysis included.  The review goes beyond the minimum elements specified in the directive to address other matters integral to the overall performance of the device.  Presenters Tim Johnson Tim Johnson is Senior Certification Engineer for American Certification Body and an iNARTE Certified Engineer (for both EMC and Wireless Device Certification Professional disciplines). Tim has been with ACB since November 2001. Tim has over 22 years in the testing and certification industry and has reviewed and certified thousands of devices across the technology spectrum. He has developed techniques and procedures for FCC, ISED (formerly Industry Canada) and Japan MIC requirements. He launched ACB’s operation in Taiwan and has overseen audit and surveillance programs and contributed to Quality System for compliance with ISO Guide 65 for Certification Bodies. Tim has also served as member of the TCB council Executive Board from 2007 to 2009 and TCB council Education Committee member for several years thereafter. Greg Czumak Gregory Czumak is a Regulatory Review Engineer for American Certification Body. Greg started in the FCC’s OET Laboratory Equipment Authorization Branch in 1989, eventually leaving the Commission to enter the newly forming TCB community in 2000, in which he has been an active member since its inception. He has over 25 years of hands-on experience in equipment authorization, including compliance testing, FCC Rulemakings, development of test procedures, and application review of cutting edge technologies, from the introduction of Spread Spectrum and Bluetooth to the latest 4G systems. Michael Derby Michael Derby is a Senior Review Engineer and Director at American Certification Body in Europe. He has been with ACB since November 2007. Michael is a TCB for the FCC, an FCB for Industry Canada and a Notified Body for the R&TTE, EMC and RE Directives. Michael is an active member of the REDCA and TCB Council; acting as the liaison between the two organizations. He is also the Chairman of the TCB Council Board of Directors. He is the Secretary of the EMC Test Lab Association, responsible for education on testing methods and standards development.  Michael’s past experience includes product development, testing and certification for test laboratories and manufacturers. Michael provides worldwide services to ACB’s global customers from his office in the Hampshire area of the UK.  John Repella John P. Repella, Manager, EMC & Wireless Services, Washington Laboratories, Ltd – John is responsible for the day to day operations at the WLL Gaithersburg facility aiding customers in all manner of product compliance evaluations. John has over 25 years of experience in design, manufacturing, and the testing of systems for regulatory compliance. His expertise spans a full range of product evaluations from IT, Medical, Machinery, Measuring, Communications, and Military applications. John is a member of IEEE and SAE, and is an active member of C63 Standards Committee participating in several standards working groups. Michael  Young Michael Young was the Founder, President and Chief Technical Officer of YDI Wireless, a publicly traded company that designed and manufactured broadband wireless data communication equipment and systems. He designed and his company manufactured a complete range of wireless data communication products and accessories. YDI Wireless was a world leader in providing extended range, license-free wireless data equipment that included Wi-Fi as well as turnkey long-distance wireless systems for applications such as wireless Internet, wireless video, wireless LANs, WANs and MANs. He semi-retired in 2004 and started his own engineering company, Young Engineering Services, LLC. He also went back to teaching college as an Adjunct Professor at George Mason University where he created and taught their new Wireless Communication Course. He also was Faculty Supervisor for the ECE Senior Engineering Design Capstone Program. Currently he is an Adjunct Professor at the University of Central Florida and is offering the wireless course he created to the Computer Science Department and still offers engineering design services. As a side note, he is also a pilot and Certified Flight Instructor and enjoys flying his own plane, mostly doing dog rescue flights. Mark Maynard Mark Maynard is the Business Development and Communications Manager at American Certification Body with a shared role supporting Washington Laboratories in the Business and Training arena. He has over 35 years of telecom, information technology, and compliance engineering experience.  He also serves as the President of the IEEE Product Safety Engineering Society, is an iNARTE certified Product Safety Engineer, and an IEEE Senior Member. Mark lives in the Austin, Texas area with his wife Lisa, and is a graduate of Texas State University. Steven Koster Steven Koster, President, Washington Laboratories, Ltd – Steve has over 30 years of experience in testing systems and devices for regulatory compliance. His expertise spans a full range of product evaluations from IT, Medical, Machinery, Measuring and Communications (including Wireless). He heads the Washington Laboratory team accomplishing all manner of product compliance evaluations. In addition to his own insight, he will bring guest presenters into the webinar series to add subject matter insight directly from day-to-day test execution. The guests will supplement the presentation with real life approaches to over-coming obstacles in evaluating a variety of devices. Steven Ferguson Steven Ferguson is Executive V.P. at Washington Laboratories, Ltd (WLL) and has been working in EMC, Safety, MIL-STD, Nuclear, Energy and related compliance engineering and test for over 35 years at test laboratories and manufacturers. His work includes designing products, developing procedures, performing tests and advising developers on routes and techniques for attaining product compliance. He has been directly involved with EMC design and compliance evaluation for many systems including several power plants (facilities and equipment qualification), hospitals, presidential aircraft, the Space Shuttle and Hubble Space Telescope. He presents various courses on EMI/EMC compliance including EMC for Nuclear Power Facilities, Architectural Shielding and a hands-on course MIL-STD-461 testing at the WLL facility in Maryland and on-site for multiple government and industrial clients. His work also includes EMC, Environmental and Safety evaluations for commercial, military and medical devices and training of hundreds of personnel on test and evaluation techniques. He has authored several papers on equipment qualification and evaluation techniques with presentations at many conferences. He is a member of the TR-102323 Working Group and supported preparation of Revision 4. About WL Academy   About WL Academy, the Electronics Industry's learning resource: From EMC to Product Safety, from Radio Frequency to Compliance and Environmental Design, we can help manufacturers get the compliance training your design and testing engineers and technicians need. The WL Academy specializes in comprehensive webinars, seminars and workshops that combine practical real-world engineering insights and solutions for today's engineering challenges. Taught by experienced engineers, WL Academy Seminars feature two to five day courses in compliance design, engineering, testing and measurement subjects. WL Academy's free workshops provide snapshot training days for current design and testing challenges. We also feature ancillary courses from nationally recognized partners in the electronics testing industry. Let us help your company ease your journey to product compliance. WL Academy Engineering Courses: The WL Academy has a slate of national training courses geared to meeting the demands of today's progressive electronics designs and the needs of the professional engineers who must bring them to market on time and on budget. From the complex military systems to the state of the art ITE, from crucial medical and ever-changing wireless, from unique RF to telecommunications equipment our training suite of courses will help these industry engineers gain the practical training they need in an easy to learn environment. WL Academy instructors are engineers themselves in challenging, fast-paced manufacturing and service industries - they get it. http://wll.com/us/academy/

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95035

Commercial Wireless Compliance 8-Pack of Videos (Bundle) – Site License [2017 Webinar Recording]

*Site license holders can share this bundle with up to 10 guests from the same organization.  This 8-Pack Bundle includes the following webinars:  FCC Approval Requirements/Process Presented by Tim Johnson This webinar will review various rule part applicability for the more common applications for licensed and unlicensed wireless device approval for US and Canada.  Restrictions on modifications and use of accessories are presented.  Modular approval and integration requirements are discussed for the designer implementing wireless functionality into products. SAR and MPE requirements and details regarding permissive change options are identified.  A review of the grant and obtaining technical detail on the approval is reviewed.  Rule parts that require FCC involvement are identified. FCC Application Review (Content Requirements) Presented by Greg Czumak This webinar will review the application for approval content and presentation of technical detail from test results to design parameters.  Providing all the required information as part of the original application can expedite the approval process without a delay to obtain additional information required for approval.  This presentation is based on the reviewer perspective with identification on common omissions.  An essential training for those preparing applications. New European Radio Requirements Could Leave You in the “RED” Presented by Michael Derby As the required implementation date and the end of the R&TTED to RED transition period rapidly approaches, this training addresses compliance to Directive 2014/53/EU, known as the RED. We have seen a lot of activity in harmonizing standards but it is still expected that Notified Body (NB) involvement will be needed in many cases.  This webinar reviews the requirements and timelines of the RED, the status of the harmonised or draft standards, and the requirements for using a Notified Body including the technical documentation file. Preparation for the June 2017 deadline for maintaining compliance of products on the EU and EEA market must be completed, and this training provides essential information. Anatomy of a Test Presented by John Repella Many wireless device approval regulations require an extensive set of test and measurements to confirm that a device is compatible with radio frequency spectrum matters.  Although not applicable to all countries, the RED cites use of specific harmonized standards to demonstrate compliance and these ETSI standards describe the test program.  Compliance in other countries have a similar test program with their specific requirements that have a lot of similarity to the ETSI testing. This webinar provides a detailed review of a test program based on compliance with a selected ETSI standard (300 328) The test approach, measurements, and verification of compliance for: RF power Duty Cycle Accumulated Transmit Time Hopping Frequency Separation Medium Utilization Adaptivity Occupied Channel Bandwidth Unwanted emissions (TX & RX) Receiver Blocking + Other specific elements will be discussed, and the requirement for immunity testing will be provided as a separate class on this topic. Those involved in design and qualification testing of wireless devices will find this information critical for understanding what happens during the test program and why the operation control of the device under test is so critical for the testing. Wireless Broadband Device and DFS Requirements Presented by Michael Young According to the 802.16-2004 WiMAX standard, broadband means “having instantaneous bandwidths greater than 1 MHz and supporting data rates greater than 1.5 Mbit/s. This seminar explores the technologies that have proliferated after the introduction of IEEE 802.xx series of specifications. There is a wide range of systems available spanning from 900 MHz through 72 GHz. Discussion will present an overview current Wi-Fi devices, as well as other the license-free bands and equipment that operates in these bands. Dynamic Frequency Selection requirements for operation in the 5 GHz region for radar protection is included in this wireless device class.  We will also explore the TV White Spaces and introduce the new Citizens Broadband Radio Service. This class provide essential information for the designers incorporating broadband technology into their products and to the test and evaluation team on understanding the parameters associated with this product type. International Approval Presented by Mark Maynard This webinar provides details on the approval process for many Asia Pacific, South America, Africa, Middle East and Europe (Non-EU) countries.  Information regarding the technical requirements, requirement for in country test and evaluation and specific variances for select countries are discussed.  A critical training for those associated with the international market approval. Immunity Requirements – Wireless Presented by Steven Koster Many country approvals include Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) evaluations that require immunity as part of the approval process.  This class reviews the various immunity test requirements using a RED harmonized standard as the basis for test selection.  From radiated RF to power interruptions, the details are examined along with the fundamentals of accomplishing the tests.  This class supplements the class on testing of the radio performance testing previously presented. Wireless and Risk Management Presented by Steven Ferguson Directive 2014/53/EU includes provisions to address risk management and requires that the file include this analysis.  If using a harmonized standard or Notified Body (NB), the risk analysis remains a necessary function and must be present in the technical file.  This class reviews the various topics associated with wireless device approval and how to manage risk mitigation.  A general approach to documenting the risk analysis included.  The review goes beyond the minimum elements specified in the directive to address other matters integral to the overall performance of the device.  Presenters Tim Johnson Tim Johnson is Senior Certification Engineer for American Certification Body and an iNARTE Certified Engineer (for both EMC and Wireless Device Certification Professional disciplines). Tim has been with ACB since November 2001. Tim has over 22 years in the testing and certification industry and has reviewed and certified thousands of devices across the technology spectrum. He has developed techniques and procedures for FCC, ISED (formerly Industry Canada) and Japan MIC requirements. He launched ACB’s operation in Taiwan and has overseen audit and surveillance programs and contributed to Quality System for compliance with ISO Guide 65 for Certification Bodies. Tim has also served as member of the TCB council Executive Board from 2007 to 2009 and TCB council Education Committee member for several years thereafter. Greg Czumak Gregory Czumak is a Regulatory Review Engineer for American Certification Body. Greg started in the FCC’s OET Laboratory Equipment Authorization Branch in 1989, eventually leaving the Commission to enter the newly forming TCB community in 2000, in which he has been an active member since its inception. He has over 25 years of hands-on experience in equipment authorization, including compliance testing, FCC Rulemakings, development of test procedures, and application review of cutting edge technologies, from the introduction of Spread Spectrum and Bluetooth to the latest 4G systems. Michael Derby Michael Derby is a Senior Review Engineer and Director at American Certification Body in Europe. He has been with ACB since November 2007. Michael is a TCB for the FCC, an FCB for Industry Canada and a Notified Body for the R&TTE, EMC and RE Directives. Michael is an active member of the REDCA and TCB Council; acting as the liaison between the two organizations. He is also the Chairman of the TCB Council Board of Directors. He is the Secretary of the EMC Test Lab Association, responsible for education on testing methods and standards development.  Michael’s past experience includes product development, testing and certification for test laboratories and manufacturers. Michael provides worldwide services to ACB’s global customers from his office in the Hampshire area of the UK.  John Repella John P. Repella, Manager, EMC & Wireless Services, Washington Laboratories, Ltd – John is responsible for the day to day operations at the WLL Gaithersburg facility aiding customers in all manner of product compliance evaluations. John has over 25 years of experience in design, manufacturing, and the testing of systems for regulatory compliance. His expertise spans a full range of product evaluations from IT, Medical, Machinery, Measuring, Communications, and Military applications. John is a member of IEEE and SAE, and is an active member of C63 Standards Committee participating in several standards working groups. Michael  Young Michael Young was the Founder, President and Chief Technical Officer of YDI Wireless, a publicly traded company that designed and manufactured broadband wireless data communication equipment and systems. He designed and his company manufactured a complete range of wireless data communication products and accessories. YDI Wireless was a world leader in providing extended range, license-free wireless data equipment that included Wi-Fi as well as turnkey long-distance wireless systems for applications such as wireless Internet, wireless video, wireless LANs, WANs and MANs. He semi-retired in 2004 and started his own engineering company, Young Engineering Services, LLC. He also went back to teaching college as an Adjunct Professor at George Mason University where he created and taught their new Wireless Communication Course. He also was Faculty Supervisor for the ECE Senior Engineering Design Capstone Program. Currently he is an Adjunct Professor at the University of Central Florida and is offering the wireless course he created to the Computer Science Department and still offers engineering design services. As a side note, he is also a pilot and Certified Flight Instructor and enjoys flying his own plane, mostly doing dog rescue flights. Mark Maynard Mark Maynard is the Business Development and Communications Manager at American Certification Body with a shared role supporting Washington Laboratories in the Business and Training arena. He has over 35 years of telecom, information technology, and compliance engineering experience.  He also serves as the President of the IEEE Product Safety Engineering Society, is an iNARTE certified Product Safety Engineer, and an IEEE Senior Member. Mark lives in the Austin, Texas area with his wife Lisa, and is a graduate of Texas State University. Steven Koster Steven Koster, President, Washington Laboratories, Ltd – Steve has over 30 years of experience in testing systems and devices for regulatory compliance. His expertise spans a full range of product evaluations from IT, Medical, Machinery, Measuring and Communications (including Wireless). He heads the Washington Laboratory team accomplishing all manner of product compliance evaluations. In addition to his own insight, he will bring guest presenters into the webinar series to add subject matter insight directly from day-to-day test execution. The guests will supplement the presentation with real life approaches to over-coming obstacles in evaluating a variety of devices. Steven Ferguson Steven Ferguson is Executive V.P. at Washington Laboratories, Ltd (WLL) and has been working in EMC, Safety, MIL-STD, Nuclear, Energy and related compliance engineering and test for over 35 years at test laboratories and manufacturers. His work includes designing products, developing procedures, performing tests and advising developers on routes and techniques for attaining product compliance. He has been directly involved with EMC design and compliance evaluation for many systems including several power plants (facilities and equipment qualification), hospitals, presidential aircraft, the Space Shuttle and Hubble Space Telescope. He presents various courses on EMI/EMC compliance including EMC for Nuclear Power Facilities, Architectural Shielding and a hands-on course MIL-STD-461 testing at the WLL facility in Maryland and on-site for multiple government and industrial clients. His work also includes EMC, Environmental and Safety evaluations for commercial, military and medical devices and training of hundreds of personnel on test and evaluation techniques. He has authored several papers on equipment qualification and evaluation techniques with presentations at many conferences. He is a member of the TR-102323 Working Group and supported preparation of Revision 4. About WL Academy   About WL Academy, the Electronics Industry's learning resource: From EMC to Product Safety, from Radio Frequency to Compliance and Environmental Design, we can help manufacturers get the compliance training your design and testing engineers and technicians need. The WL Academy specializes in comprehensive webinars, seminars and workshops that combine practical real-world engineering insights and solutions for today's engineering challenges. Taught by experienced engineers, WL Academy Seminars feature two to five day courses in compliance design, engineering, testing and measurement subjects. WL Academy's free workshops provide snapshot training days for current design and testing challenges. We also feature ancillary courses from nationally recognized partners in the electronics testing industry. Let us help your company ease your journey to product compliance. WL Academy Engineering Courses: The WL Academy has a slate of national training courses geared to meeting the demands of today's progressive electronics designs and the needs of the professional engineers who must bring them to market on time and on budget. From the complex military systems to the state of the art ITE, from crucial medical and ever-changing wireless, from unique RF to telecommunications equipment our training suite of courses will help these industry engineers gain the practical training they need in an easy to learn environment. WL Academy instructors are engineers themselves in challenging, fast-paced manufacturing and service industries - they get it. http://wll.com/us/academy/

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Commercial Wireless Compliance: Wireless and Risk Management [2017 Webinar Recording]

Video Length: 60 minutes. About the Webinar Wireless and Risk Management Presented by Steven Ferguson Directive 2014/53/EU includes provisions to address risk management and requires that the file include this analysis.  If using a harmonized standard or Notified Body (NB), the risk analysis remains a necessary function and must be present in the technical file.  This class reviews the various topics associated with wireless device approval and how to manage risk mitigation.  A general approach to documenting the risk analysis included.  The review goes beyond the minimum elements specified in the directive to address other matters integral to the overall performance of the device.  Presenter Steven Ferguson is Executive V.P. at Washington Laboratories, Ltd (WLL) and has been working in EMC, Safety, MIL-STD, Nuclear, Energy and related compliance engineering and test for over 35 years at test laboratories and manufacturers. His work includes designing products, developing procedures, performing tests and advising developers on routes and techniques for attaining product compliance. He has been directly involved with EMC design and compliance evaluation for many systems including several power plants (facilities and equipment qualification), hospitals, presidential aircraft, the Space Shuttle and Hubble Space Telescope. He presents various courses on EMI/EMC compliance including EMC for Nuclear Power Facilities, Architectural Shielding and a hands-on course MIL-STD-461 testing at the WLL facility in Maryland and on-site for multiple government and industrial clients. His work also includes EMC, Environmental and Safety evaluations for commercial, military and medical devices and training of hundreds of personnel on test and evaluation techniques. He has authored several papers on equipment qualification and evaluation techniques with presentations at many conferences. He is a member of the TR-102323 Working Group and supported preparation of Revision 4. http://wll.com/us/academy/

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Commercial Wireless Compliance: Immunity Requirements – Wireless [2017 Webinar Recording]

Video Length: 60 minutes. About the Webinar Immunity Requirements – Wireless Presented by Steven Koster Many country approvals include Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) evaluations that require immunity as part of the approval process.  This class reviews the various immunity test requirements using a RED harmonized standard as the basis for test selection.  From radiated RF to power interruptions, the details are examined along with the fundamentals of accomplishing the tests.  This class supplements the class on testing of the radio performance testing previously presented. Presenter Steven Koster, President, Washington Laboratories, Ltd – Steve has over 30 years of experience in testing systems and devices for regulatory compliance. His expertise spans a full range of product evaluations from IT, Medical, Machinery, Measuring and Communications (including Wireless). He heads the Washington Laboratory team accomplishing all manner of product compliance evaluations. In addition to his own insight, he will bring guest presenters into the webinar series to add subject matter insight directly from day-to-day test execution. The guests will supplement the presentation with real life approaches to over-coming obstacles in evaluating a variety of devices. http://wll.com/us/academy/

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$125.00
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Commercial Wireless Compliance: International Approval [2017 Webinar Recording]

Video Length: 60 minutes. About the Webinar International Approval Presented by Mark Maynard This webinar provides details on the approval process for many Asia Pacific, South America, Africa, Middle East and Europe (Non-EU) countries.  Information regarding the technical requirements, requirement for in country test and evaluation and specific variances for select countries are discussed.  A critical training for those associated with the international market approval. Presenter Mark Maynard is the Business Development and Communications Manager at American Certification Body with a shared role supporting Washington Laboratories in the Business and Training arena. He has over 35 years of telecom, information technology, and compliance engineering experience.  He also serves as the President of the IEEE Product Safety Engineering Society, is an iNARTE certified Product Safety Engineer, and an IEEE Senior Member. Mark lives in the Austin, Texas area with his wife Lisa, and is a graduate of Texas State University.     http://wll.com/us/academy/

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$125.00
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Commercial Wireless Compliance: Wireless Broadband Device and DFS Requirements [2017 Webinar Recording]

Video Length: 50 minutes. About the Webinar Wireless Broadband Device and DFS Requirements Presented by Michael Young According to the 802.16-2004 WiMAX standard, broadband means “having instantaneous bandwidths greater than 1 MHz and supporting data rates greater than 1.5 Mbit/s. This seminar explores the technologies that have proliferated after the introduction of IEEE 802.xx series of specifications. There is a wide range of systems available spanning from 900 MHz through 72 GHz. Discussion will present an overview current Wi-Fi devices, as well as other the license-free bands and equipment that operates in these bands. Dynamic Frequency Selection requirements for operation in the 5 GHz region for radar protection is included in this wireless device class.  We will also explore the TV White Spaces and introduce the new Citizens Broadband Radio Service. This class provide essential information for the designers incorporating broadband technology into their products and to the test and evaluation team on understanding the parameters associated with this product type. Presenter Michael Young was the Founder, President and Chief Technical Officer of YDI Wireless, a publicly traded company that designed and manufactured broadband wireless data communication equipment and systems. He designed and his company manufactured a complete range of wireless data communication products and accessories. YDI Wireless was a world leader in providing extended range, license-free wireless data equipment that included Wi-Fi as well as turnkey long-distance wireless systems for applications such as wireless Internet, wireless video, wireless LANs, WANs and MANs. He semi-retired in 2004 and started his own engineering company, Young Engineering Services, LLC. He also went back to teaching college as an Adjunct Professor at George Mason University where he created and taught their new Wireless Communication Course. He also was Faculty Supervisor for the ECE Senior Engineering Design Capstone Program. Currently he is an Adjunct Professor at the University of Central Florida and is offering the wireless course he created to the Computer Science Department and still offers engineering design services. As a side note, he is also a pilot and Certified Flight Instructor and enjoys flying his own plane, mostly doing dog rescue flights. http://wll.com/us/academy/

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Commercial Wireless Compliance: Anatomy of a Test [2017 Webinar Recording]

Video Length: 50 minutes. About the Webinar Anatomy of a Test Presented by John Repella Many wireless device approval regulations require an extensive set of test and measurements to confirm that a device is compatible with radio frequency spectrum matters.  Although not applicable to all countries, the RED cites use of specific harmonized standards to demonstrate compliance and these ETSI standards describe the test program.  Compliance in other countries have a similar test program with their specific requirements that have a lot of similarity to the ETSI testing. This webinar provides a detailed review of a test program based on compliance with a selected ETSI standard (300 328) The test approach, measurements, and verification of compliance for: RF power Duty Cycle Accumulated Transmit Time Hopping Frequency Separation Medium Utilization Adaptivity Occupied Channel Bandwidth Unwanted emissions (TX & RX) Receiver Blocking + Other specific elements will be discussed, and the requirement for immunity testing will be provided as a separate class on this topic. Those involved in design and qualification testing of wireless devices will find this information critical for understanding what happens during the test program and why the operation control of the device under test is so critical for the testing. Presenter John P. Repella, Manager, EMC & Wireless Services, Washington Laboratories, Ltd – John is responsible for the day to day operations at the WLL Gaithersburg facility aiding customers in all manner of product compliance evaluations. John has over 25 years of experience in design, manufacturing, and the testing of systems for regulatory compliance. His expertise spans a full range of product evaluations from IT, Medical, Machinery, Measuring, Communications, and Military applications. John is a member of IEEE and SAE, and is an active member of C63 Standards Committee participating in several standards working groups. http://wll.com/us/academy/

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Commercial Wireless Compliance: New European Radio Requirements [2017 Webinar Recording]

 Video Length: 70 minutes. About the Webinar New European Radio Requirements Could Leave You in the “RED” Presented by Michael Derby As the required implementation date and the end of the R&TTED to RED transition period rapidly approaches, this training addresses compliance to Directive 2014/53/EU, known as the RED. We have seen a lot of activity in harmonizing standards but it is still expected that Notified Body (NB) involvement will be needed in many cases.  This webinar reviews the requirements and timelines of the RED, the status of the harmonised or draft standards, and the requirements for using a Notified Body including the technical documentation file. Preparation for the June 2017 deadline for maintaining compliance of products on the EU and EEA market must be completed, and this training provides essential information. Michael Derby Michael Derby is a Senior Review Engineer and Director at American Certification Body in Europe. He has been with ACB since November 2007. Michael is a TCB for the FCC, an FCB for Industry Canada and a Notified Body for the R&TTE, EMC and RE Directives. Michael is an active member of the REDCA and TCB Council; acting as the liaison between the two organizations. He is also the Chairman of the TCB Council Board of Directors. He is the Secretary of the EMC Test Lab Association, responsible for education on testing methods and standards development.  Michael’s past experience includes product development, testing and certification for test laboratories and manufacturers. Michael provides worldwide services to ACB’s global customers from his office in the Hampshire area of the UK.  http://wll.com/us/academy/

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Commercial Wireless Compliance: FCC Application Review (Content Requirements) [2017 Webinar Recording]

Video Length: 70 minutes. About the Webinar FCC Application Review (Content Requirements) Presented by Greg Czumak This webinar will review the application for approval content and presentation of technical detail from test results to design parameters.  Providing all the required information as part of the original application can expedite the approval process without a delay to obtain additional information required for approval.  This presentation is based on the reviewer perspective with identification on common omissions.  An essential training for those preparing applications. Presenter Gregory Czumak is a Regulatory Review Engineer for American Certification Body. Greg started in the FCC’s OET Laboratory Equipment Authorization Branch in 1989, eventually leaving the Commission to enter the newly forming TCB community in 2000, in which he has been an active member since its inception. He has over 25 years of hands-on experience in equipment authorization, including compliance testing, FCC Rulemakings, development of test procedures, and application review of cutting edge technologies, from the introduction of Spread Spectrum and Bluetooth to the latest 4G systems. http://wll.com/us/academy/

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Commercial Wireless Compliance: FCC Approval Requirements/Process [2017 Webinar Recording]

Video Length: 70 minutes. About the Webinar FCC Approval Requirements/Process Presented by Tim Johnson This webinar will review various rule part applicability for the more common applications for licensed and unlicensed wireless device approval for US and Canada.  Restrictions on modifications and use of accessories are presented.  Modular approval and integration requirements are discussed for the designer implementing wireless functionality into products. SAR and MPE requirements and details regarding permissive change options are identified.  A review of the grant and obtaining technical detail on the approval is reviewed.  Rule parts that require FCC involvement are identified.evice.  Presenter Tim Johnson is Senior Certification Engineer for American Certification Body and an iNARTE Certified Engineer (for both EMC and Wireless Device Certification Professional disciplines). Tim has been with ACB since November 2001. Tim has over 22 years in the testing and certification industry and has reviewed and certified thousands of devices across the technology spectrum. He has developed techniques and procedures for FCC, ISED (formerly Industry Canada) and Japan MIC requirements. He launched ACB’s operation in Taiwan and has overseen audit and surveillance programs and contributed to Quality System for compliance with ISO Guide 65 for Certification Bodies. Tim has also served as member of the TCB council Executive Board from 2007 to 2009 and TCB council Education Committee member for several years thereafter. http://wll.com/us/academy/

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MIL-STD-464C: Electromagnetic Environmental Effects (E3) [2017 Webinar Recording]

Video Length: 60 minutes. About the Webinar During the MIL-STD-461 webinar series, we received a question about webinar availability for the system level standard. To meet that request, we are adding a new class to the series reviewing MIL-STD-464C. MIL-STD-464C is the Electromagnetic Environmental Effects (E3) Requirements for Systems standard that points to MIL-STD-461 for component (sub-system) qualification. This webinar discusses these top level requirements and how the system integration is supported by the associated component qualification testing including a review of the DIDs supporting that integration. From basic integrated compatibility to lightning to high level Electromagnetic Environment Effects (EME), the system standard review will cover all the elements specified and discuss how this fits into the component qualification. This class is an integral part of the overall Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) program for military systems. *Although this class was not part of the original MIL-STD-461 series, we consider this to be inclusive and as such we will provide a series purchase discount for this single event to all that purchased the MIL-STD-461 series.

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MIL-STD: Power Quality 3-Pack of Videos (Bundle) - Site License [2017 Webinar Recording]

*Site license holders can share this bundle with up to 10 guests from the same organization.  This 3-Pack Bundle includes the following webinars:  MIL-STD-1275  This webinar provides instruction on testing associated with qualifying utilization products for compliance with MIL-STD-1275 Military Vehicle Power Characteristics. Revision “E” is current but variances of prior revisions are noted in the presentation because vehicle power quality have varied over the years since this standard was originally developed.  Requirements dealing with voltage stability, transient disturbances (spikes and surges), vehicle operation variances and other power tolerance issues associated with military vehicle power will be the focus of this presentation.  Discussion includes methods to test and evaluate for compliance. MIL-STD-1399  This webinar discusses testing requirements associated with shipboard power for utilization equipment.  AC power (MIL-STD-1399-300B) and DC power (MIL-STD-1399-390) test methods are reviewed with a focus on application of the standard.  Power (voltage and frequency) variation, transient issues, distortion loading and collection of data necessary for ship integration are integral to this presentation.  This class content is essential to those responsible for product design and evaluation for power quality associated with shipboard electronic equipment integration. MIL-STD-704  MIL-STD-704 has seen several revisions since first introduced as the quality of aircraft power systems have evolved.  This class examines the various test and evaluation requirements associated with aircraft utilization equipment including variances between revisions.  Steady state power, interruptions, transients and data collection are reviewed.  This class should be attended by those dealing with equipment design and qualification for aircraft power.

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MIL-STD: Power Quality 3-Pack of Videos (Bundle) - Single License [2017 Webinar Recording]

This 3-Pack Bundle includes the following webinars:  MIL-STD-1275 This webinar provides instruction on testing associated with qualifying utilization products for compliance with MIL-STD-1275 Military Vehicle Power Characteristics. Revision “E” is current but variances of prior revisions are noted in the presentation because vehicle power quality have varied over the years since this standard was originally developed.  Requirements dealing with voltage stability, transient disturbances (spikes and surges), vehicle operation variances and other power tolerance issues associated with military vehicle power will be the focus of this presentation.  Discussion includes methods to test and evaluate for compliance. MIL-STD-1399 This webinar discusses testing requirements associated with shipboard power for utilization equipment.  AC power (MIL-STD-1399-300B) and DC power (MIL-STD-1399-390) test methods are reviewed with a focus on application of the standard.  Power (voltage and frequency) variation, transient issues, distortion loading and collection of data necessary for ship integration are integral to this presentation.  This class content is essential to those responsible for product design and evaluation for power quality associated with shipboard electronic equipment integration. MIL-STD-704 MIL-STD-704 has seen several revisions since first introduced as the quality of aircraft power systems have evolved.  This class examines the various test and evaluation requirements associated with aircraft utilization equipment including variances between revisions.  Steady state power, interruptions, transients and data collection are reviewed.  This class should be attended by those dealing with equipment design and qualification for aircraft power.

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MIL-STD-1275 [2017 Webinar Recording]

Video Length: 50 minutes. About the Webinar This webinar provides instruction on testing associated with qualifying utilization products for compliance with MIL-STD-1275 Military Vehicle Power Characteristics. Revision “E” is current but variances of prior revisions are noted in the presentation because vehicle power quality have varied over the years since this standard was originally developed. Requirements dealing with voltage stability, transient disturbances (spikes and surges), vehicle operation variances and other power tolerance issues associated with military vehicle power will be the focus of this presentation. Discussion includes methods to test and evaluate for compliance.

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MIL-STD-1399 [2017 Webinar Recording]

Video Length: 55 minutes. About the Webinar This webinar discusses testing requirements associated with shipboard power for utilization equipment. AC power (MIL-STD-1399-300B) and DC power (MIL-STD-1399-390) test methods are reviewed with a focus on application of the standard. Power (voltage and frequency) variation, transient issues, distortion loading and collection of data necessary for ship integration are integral to this presentation. This class content is essential to those responsible for product design and evaluation for power quality associated with shipboard electronic equipment integration.

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MIL-STD-704 [2017 Webinar Recording]

Video Length: 50 minutes.  About the Webinar MIL-STD-704 has seen several revisions since first introduced as the quality of aircraft power systems have evolved.  This class examines the various test and evaluation requirements associated with aircraft utilization equipment including variances between revisions.  Steady state power, interruptions, transients and data collection are reviewed.  This class should be attended by those dealing with equipment design and qualification for aircraft power.

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MIL-STD-461G: 10-Pack of Videos (Bundle) - Site License [2017 Webinar Recordings]

*Site license holders can share this bundle with up to 10 guests from the same organization. This 10-Pack Bundle includes the following webinars: Part 1: MIL-STD-461G, General Requirements MIL-STD-461G incorporated many changes into the general requirements from changes in calibrations and configuring the test item to adding test equipment allowed. This class of the MIL-STD-461 subject series provides an overview with the new details and rationale for the changes. A necessary introduction that supports all the individual test methods of the subject classes. Part 2: MIL-STD-461G, CE101, CE102  Conducted emission measurements are well defined but a thorough review of this class provides the basics on controlling data collection and presenting the measurements. Conducted emission measurements are applicable to all services and installations and the method supports variation in instrumentation that includes test parameter adjustments presented in this class. Part 3: MIL-STD-461G, CE106, RE103  Antenna port emissions apply to many devices in this age of wireless technology used by a large variety of devices. This class discusses not only the measurements but provides guidance on managing the test configuration to prevent damage or saturation by transmitting signals. These tests call for conducted (CE106) testing with radiated (RE103) as the alternative where conducted measurements are hindered. If wireless is part of your product, this class is critical to preparing and executing the applicable tests. Part 4: MIL-STD-461G, RE101, RE102  Radiated emissions are applicable to all services and installations as the fundamental means of identifying interference producers. A few changes in revision “G” are identified along with the instruction on performing these tests and analyzing the data for potential measurement errors. These tests are frequently accomplished early to find risk areas that are solved early by the notion of “what goes out may come in” so potential susceptibility issues are often mitigated. Part 5: MIL-STD-461G, CS101  CS101 – the first class of the susceptibility group introducing the concept of managing two test control levels while monitoring the test article performance. Keeping up with all the parameters and test item monitoring tasks the focus of the test engineer so this discussion helps with how to take care of the total test. This test appears very straight-forward but is frequently laden with test errors – an essential class for understanding the susceptibility testing. Part 6: MIL-STD-461G, CS114, CS115, CS116  CS114 is likely the most error prone test because the complexity of two test control levels mixes with RF parameters that are greatly affected by parasitic elements of the configuration. CS115 and CS116 are similar in the approach but with transients being the culprit so this is integrated into the class. The test method details are presented with information on what is happening within the configuration that must be understood to be properly managed for test integrity. Part 7: MIL-STD-461G, CS117, CS118  These tests were introduced in revision “G” to deal with induced lightning and electrostatic discharge events. These tests have many details associated with test parameters and calibration of the test levels and waveform control. Part 8: MIL-STD-461G, RS101, RS103  Radiated susceptibility tests that represent the testing with the largest time in the overall test program. RS103 is applicable to all services and installations so understanding is essential. Many test items include wireless technology, understanding how to manage vulnerability from radiated interference with intentional reception is a crucial part of this class. Part 9: MIL-STD-461G, CS103, CS104, CS105, CS109, RS105  This class provides an overview of the other test methods of MIL-STD-461. The group of tests have specific applicability and as such are infrequently specified – but when specified the test personnel need to understand the concepts to support preparation of the detailed test procedure. This class provides for that concept introduction. Part 10: MIL-STD-461G, Documentation/DIDs From test planning to reporting and analysis of information for system level integration, the documentation review guides to meeting the data item description details. Throughout the test and evaluation program, well prepared documents provide guidance and critical details for acceptance of the results. Questions should be answered before being asked is a goal that is seldom achieved. Discussion on this portion of the test program is geard to support that goal.  

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MIL-STD-461G: 10-Pack of Videos (Bundle) - Single License [2017 Webinar Recordings]

This 10-Pack Bundle includes the following webinars: Part 1: MIL-STD-461G, General Requirements MIL-STD-461G incorporated many changes into the general requirements from changes in calibrations and configuring the test item to adding test equipment allowed. This class of the MIL-STD-461 subject series provides an overview with the new details and rationale for the changes. A necessary introduction that supports all the individual test methods of the subject classes. Part 2: MIL-STD-461G, CE101, CE102 Conducted emission measurements are well defined but a thorough review of this class provides the basics on controlling data collection and presenting the measurements. Conducted emission measurements are applicable to all services and installations and the method supports variation in instrumentation that includes test parameter adjustments presented in this class. Part 3: MIL-STD-461G, CE106, RE103 Antenna port emissions apply to many devices in this age of wireless technology used by a large variety of devices. This class discusses not only the measurements but provides guidance on managing the test configuration to prevent damage or saturation by transmitting signals. These tests call for conducted (CE106) testing with radiated (RE103) as the alternative where conducted measurements are hindered. If wireless is part of your product, this class is critical to preparing and executing the applicable tests. Part 4: MIL-STD-461G, RE101, RE102 Radiated emissions are applicable to all services and installations as the fundamental means of identifying interference producers. A few changes in revision “G” are identified along with the instruction on performing these tests and analyzing the data for potential measurement errors. These tests are frequently accomplished early to find risk areas that are solved early by the notion of “what goes out may come in” so potential susceptibility issues are often mitigated. Part 5: MIL-STD-461G, CS101 CS101 – the first class of the susceptibility group introducing the concept of managing two test control levels while monitoring the test article performance. Keeping up with all the parameters and test item monitoring tasks the focus of the test engineer so this discussion helps with how to take care of the total test. This test appears very straight-forward but is frequently laden with test errors – an essential class for understanding the susceptibility testing. Part 6: MIL-STD-461G, CS114, CS115, CS116 CS114 is likely the most error prone test because the complexity of two test control levels mixes with RF parameters that are greatly affected by parasitic elements of the configuration. CS115 and CS116 are similar in the approach but with transients being the culprit so this is integrated into the class. The test method details are presented with information on what is happening within the configuration that must be understood to be properly managed for test integrity. Part 7: MIL-STD-461G, CS117, CS118 These tests were introduced in revision “G” to deal with induced lightning and electrostatic discharge events. These tests have many details associated with test parameters and calibration of the test levels and waveform control. Part 8: MIL-STD-461G, RS101, RS103 Radiated susceptibility tests that represent the testing with the largest time in the overall test program. RS103 is applicable to all services and installations so understanding is essential. Many test items include wireless technology, understanding how to manage vulnerability from radiated interference with intentional reception is a crucial part of this class. Part 9: MIL-STD-461G, CS103, CS104, CS105, CS109, RS105 This class provides an overview of the other test methods of MIL-STD-461. The group of tests have specific applicability and as such are infrequently specified – but when specified the test personnel need to understand the concepts to support preparation of the detailed test procedure. This class provides for that concept introduction. Part 10: MIL-STD-461G, Documentation/DIDs From test planning to reporting and analysis of information for system level integration, the documentation review guides to meeting the data item description details. Throughout the test and evaluation program, well prepared documents provide guidance and critical details for acceptance of the results. Questions should be answered before being asked is a goal that is seldom achieved. Discussion on this portion of the test program is geard to support that goal.

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