Join SGS in a three-part webinar about product radiofrequency exposure assessments
This three-part webinar provides a basic foundation to help you understand radiofrequency (RF) exposure assessments, specific absorption rate (SAR) testing, and standards and guidelines for products with wireless technology.
Wireless devices can be found in every part of our daily lives with brands adding wireless technologies to new product designs and existing non-wireless products. Further still, the Internet of Things (IoT) market in the United States is expected to double over the next two to three years. Having a basic foundation in SAR and maximum permissible exposure (MPE) testing will help to improve your understanding of how RF exposure requirements apply to your products.
What will the webinar cover?
Choose one or more webinars from this three-part series:
Why join this webinar?
Join SGS expert, Stephen C. Whalen, EMC/RF Exposure Manager, as he shares the basics of RF exposure assessments, discusses the differences between MPE and SAR, and details relevant local and global standards. There is also time allocated for a Q&A session.
Stephen joined SGS in 2018 with over 20 years experience in RF engineering. He holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Electrical Engineering from the University of Central Florida. Before joining SGS, Stephen worked in Motorola's Electromagnetic Energy Laboratory conducting RF exposure analysis and regulatory compliance. He served as Deputy Technical Manager for ISO/IEC 17025 compliance laboratories in the U.S. and Malaysia.
Who should join the webinar?
This event is ideal for anyone involved in the design and manufacture of wireless devices.
How can you register to join?
Register today (https://event.on24.com/
For further information contact:
Global Marketing Manager
Consumer and Retail
Tel: +33 4 42 61 64 46 (tel:%20+33442616446)
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