At present, the wireline access testing & certification of communication terminals in countries all over the world has always been known for complex regulations and standards, low test pass rate and high difficulty in applying for certification. In view of this, our KMO laboratory is equipped with multiple sets of automated telecommunication terminal test systems in terms of hardware, which can simplify the complexity, greatly shorten the test cycle and reduce the test difficulty, and make the test results intuitive and easy to understand for customers to understand and analyze. In terms of software, KMO has a team of global telecommunications certification experts who have extensive experience in the entire certification field. KMO's team of telecommunications experts can help you determine which tests are required to ensure that your products comply with national telecommunications regulations. In addition, special tests can also be customized according to customer requirements.
Our KMO queue appointment time is only 3 days at the fastest, and our KMO provides instant online order value-added services. By bundling mobile terminals with other testing and certification requirements (telecom access, mobile access, radio frequency, electromagnetic compatibility, safety, environment, energy efficiency, performance, etc.), time and money can be saved. With KMO, you will eliminate the hassle of using multiple laboratories, logistics delays and transportation costs.
KMO is one of the few leading suppliers of global wireline terminal testing & certification. Our wired communication testing services include:
*PSTN Terminal Access testing
*ISDN and Analog port testing
*xDSL Network access interoperability testing
*Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) testing
*International Telecommunication Union (ITU) ITU-T standard testing
*American National Standards Institute - ANSI standard testing
*Telecommunication Industry Association (TIA) TIA standard testing
The Telecommunications Authority of Hong Kong (OFCA) is a government department that supports the Communications Authority (CA) in managing and administering the radio spectrum and telecommunications approvals. OFCA has transferred responsibility for type approval of telecommunications and radio equipment to a certification body called the Local Certification Authority (LCB).
Suppliers or manufacturers of equipment within the scope of technical standards must ensure that their equipment meets the technical requirements specified in the CA or HKTEC Program or the technical standards specified or approved by the HKTEC Program or HKCA Specifications.
Our KMO laboratory has relatively complete telecom terminal testing capability and accreditation qualification of Hong Kong OFCA, and can directly issue OFCA approved DOC reports. Now we provide the following testing standards for domestic and foreign customers:
ICASA for wireless communication equipment exported to the South African market, the Independent Communi Cations Authority of South Africa (ICASA) need to apply for model certification, approved before the sale. It should be noted that ICASA certification can only be issued to a local registered company or representative body in South Africa, so it is best for domestic manufacturers to apply for ICASA by a local importer, but the test can be done in the country.
South African Telecommunications Law The South African Independent Communications Regulation Act
Electronic communication act
Postal law Broadcasting law
Independent Broadcasting Regulation Act
Telecommunications Regulatory Act of South Africa
Our KMO laboratory has a relatively complete testing capability and accreditation qualification of ICASA for telecommunication terminals, and can directly issue approved DOC reports. Now we provide the following testing standards for domestic and foreign customers:
Taiwan's NCC is the body responsible for regulating telecommunications and broadcasting services. Together with recognized certification bodies, it provides type approval for all telecommunications terminal equipment and low-power radio equipment to be imported or sold in Taiwan. Equipment must meet Taiwan standards. All products should be able to connect to a public switched communication network. Radiofrequency emitting products must be approved and registered before they can be sold in Taiwan.
Our KMO laboratory has relatively complete telecom terminal testing capability of Taiwan NCC. Now, we provide domestic and foreign customers with the following test standards:
PLMN ALL (2020):