Ensure that your wireless products and systems comply with all the regulatory requirements, standards, and specifications.

Is your company equipped to resolve the many regulatory and functional challenges during implementation and use of wireless technology? The individual market segments, technologies and countries often have different legal requirements for wireless products. At the same time, the functionality can be challenged by antenna design, range, blocking information and interference.

Regardless of whether it involves development or upgrading of wireless technology, we can help you identify the requirements and procedures that are relevant for both your product and the specific markets where the product is to be launched. We deliver guidance within all areas of wireless technology – from development and design over troubleshooting and security, to assessment of hardware and software.

Our specialists help you with accredited tests and other tests. Moreover, we offer performance test of coverage, possible interference, robustness against wireless systems such as WiFi and Bluetooth, levels of electromagnetic fields, antenna design, as well as hardware and software.

As the work with wireless technology, RF design and electromagnetism can be very complex, we are also happy to make our comprehensive expertise available for targeted training and coaching of your employees.

Thus, our test services ensure that you have a successful implementation and use of wireless technology, regardless of customer segment, geographical market, and technology used

Strategic advantages

By using our test services, you will gain a number of strategic advantages:

  • Documentation that your product fulfils all the relevant legal requirements and specifications, and can be approved
  • Documentation for optimal product design and high safety for the users
  • Risk management by handling any technical problems as early as possible
  • Fewer product complaints.

We offer

We are accredited to perform a number of regulatory tests within wireless technologies. We have some of the industry’s most experienced and knowledgeable testing experts who ensure that you end up with a complete and successful result.

With FORCE Technology as your partner for testing your wireless products, you will get:
  • Accredited third party testing
  • Tests which are methodologically correct
  • Testing conducted according to the standards that are relevant to your market
  • Access to the extensive knowledge about standards, via our active participation in standardisation working groups
  • Expert advice on whether any adjustments are needed for the testing procedure
  • The possibility to expand the testing to include other parameters.

Our expertise includes:

  • Electromagnetic signals
  • Digital communication
  • Antennae and RF design
  • Wireless product design
  • Short range wireless technologies
  • Wireless interference
  • Authority requirements
  • Wireless sensor network
  • Ultra-low power design
  • Electromagnetic measurements
  • Iot compatible technologies
  • Distribution measurements
  • Coverage maps
  • Human exposure
  • Failure analysis.


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FORCE Technology is an active member of the following standardisation committees related to Wireless technologies:

Europe: ETSI
Canada: TCBCU


Mobile interference test
Gives you the possibility to quickly find out whether your product is affected by other mobile transmitters. The test takes less than an hour and will cover the receptivity of the 10 most common wireless transmitters in domestic, commercial and industrial surroundings. The test will be documented in a report. It is aimed primarily at companies that manufacture products in large numbers and/or who wish to increase the user-friendliness.

Testing of 2D or 3D antennae’s radiation patterns
Provides important information on whether the design of the antennae is correct, and whether it will limit the performance of the product. An incorrectly designed antenna can reduce your product’s range by a factor of 10 or more. The test will be documented in a report.