Author Topic: EMC compliant Bluetooth modules & compliance testing - Did you pass first time?  (Read 88 times)

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Offline Jester

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For those that have used a FCC/IC stamped and certified WiFi or Bluetooth module for example Laird or Espressif for an IoT product, where the other aspects of the design would typically be low risk or benign from a EMC perspective i.e. opamp type circuits or no or low power switch mode converters < 10W. Did you breeze through EMC testing with a comfortable margin (say 3dB) or did your design need tweaking after prescan?

My experience to date has been good as long as the remainder of the circuit is low power with a decent ground plane, and not quite so good with higher power circuits.

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