How to make sure your Bluetooth design passes EMI compliance testing

November 16, 2016 Tektronix Experts

Before any new Bluetooth-enabled device, whether it’s a sophisticated communication or a simple USB dongle, can come to market it must meet stringent FCC-mandated requirement for EMI emissions.

In the past, designers typically waited to the end of the design cycle before sending their product off to a test house for official compliance testing. Unfortunately, more often than not most Bluetooth designs fail the first time around. Multiple trips to the test house can get expensive and depending on the root cause can easily lead to delays and missed deadlines.

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