|Home||Internet of Things||Aerospace||Apparel||Energy||Defense||Health Care||Logistics||Manufacturing||Retail|
E-Labeling RFID Devices Can Save Suppliers Cash
Doing it wrong can cost millions and trigger market exclusion.
Sanctions for Improper Labeling Can Include Losing Marketing Authority
FCC Surveillance of RF Equipment
Moreover, the FCC's rules require Telecommunications Certification Bodies (TCBs) to conduct post-market surveillance on at least five percent of the RF equipment they have certified. This surveillance is intended to ensure that marketed RF equipment conforms to the technical parameters of equipment that was tested and certified. TCBs conduct surveillance by obtaining samples of suspicious RF devices on the market, measuring the characteristics, and comparing them to the characteristics of the prototypes that were authorized. Responsible parties whose RF devices are under surveillance must, upon request, provide the investigating TCB with a sample RF device or vouchers to purchase any sample device the TCB wishes in order to conduct its surveillance.
Adopt Best Practices to Mitigate Chances of Rule Violations
To learn more, please contact Ron Quirk, the head of The CommLaw Group's Internet of Things Practice Group, at email@example.com or 703-714-1305. Ronald focuses his practice on serving the comprehensive needs of the burgeoning and complex IoT industry, including contracts and commercial law, privacy and cybersecurity, spectrum access, equipment authorization, tax, regulatory compliance planning and more. His career has spanned more than 20 years, including several years at AMLAW 100 firms and the FCC.
 See 47 C.F.R. § 2.935(a).
Login and post your comment!
Not a member?
Signup for an account now to access all of the features of RFIDJournal.com!
SEND IT YOUR WAY
RFID JOURNAL EVENTS
ASK THE EXPERTS
Simply enter a question for our experts.
|RFID Journal LIVE!||RFID in Health Care||LIVE! LatAm||LIVE! Brasil||LIVE! Europe||RFID Connect||Virtual Events||RFID Journal Awards||Webinars||Presentations|