KMO is a leading supplier of radio frequency network technology testing and certification. We KMO can provide customers with pre-certification testing to assist in product development. Our KMO facilities are fully certified, and the improvement of the laboratory is prioritized in accordance with the market to meet the changing needs of customers.
Without data transmission through radio waves, modern life is unimaginable. The radio frequency market is a thriving and dynamic industry. In our rapidly developing global communication network at KMO, high-speed digital transmission of data and voice via radio and satellite is becoming more and more important.
The radio communication system must comply with the technical standards of each country or community. KMO has the necessary expertise, accredited laboratories (ISO/IEC 17025) and the most advanced measuring equipment to support the development and conformance testing of electronic devices with integrated radio technology. Our KMO test range covers many traditional and new radio technologies, such as Bluetooth, satellite radio, LoRa, microwave radio relay, SRD, Wi-Fi, ZigBee, etc.
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.
Our KMO radio frequency testing & certification services include:
*Automotive Radio vehicle radio frequency device
*DECT digital enhancement technology
*PMR and relay radio
*RFID Radio Frequency Identification
*Satellite Radio satellite radio frequency device
*Short Range Devices
*WiFi wireless Internet access
The Australian Communications and Media Authority (ACMA) is the legal authority of the Australian government. The Australian Broadcasting Authority and the Australian Communications Authority were merged and formed on July 1, 2005.
ACMA is responsible for ensuring the media and communications of all Australians. It achieves this goal through various legislation, regulations, standards and codes of practice. ACMA is a "converged" regulatory agency that aims to supervise the convergence of the four "worlds" of telecommunications, broadcasting, radio communications and the Internet.
RCM is a certification mark issued by ACMA in Australia for compliance with communications equipment. Manufacturers and importers must comply with RCM, and products perform ACAQ technical standard testing; register to ACMA to use RCM; fill in SDoC (supplier compliance statement) and save it with the product compliance record; affix the RCM logo on communication products or equipment The label; finally sold to consumers.
Our KMO laboratory has complete telecommunications terminal testing capabilities of ACMA in Australia and ACMA RTA accreditation. It can directly issue ACMA accreditation reports. Our KMO laboratory can provide customers with testing services as follows:
RSM_Radio Spectrum Management | The goal of the New Zealand government is to develop the New Zealand economy and provide greater prosperity, security and opportunities for all New Zealanders. Since New Zealand's prosperity depends to a large extent on New Zealand's connectivity and access to the latest technologies, an effective radio spectrum management system is becoming more and more important.
Radio Spectrum Management (RSM) is a business unit of the Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment (MBIE) and is responsible for efficiently and effectively managing the radio spectrum, including allocating rights for the use of the spectrum, and enforcing compliance with the requirements to ensure legitimate users are able to enjoy their rights.
RSM is responsible for providing policy advice to the Government on the allocation of radio spectrum in New Zealand, the management of spectrum allocation and the management of the 1989 Radiocommunication Act and the support of radio communication rules in 2001.
Radio spectrum management (RSM) consists of three teams. Strategy and Planning team, Licensing team and Compliance team.
Our KMO laboratory can provide customers with testing services as follows: