Bureau Veritas Shenzhen Co., Ltd., Dongguan Branch is now officially listed by the Bluetooth SIG, Inc., as an official Bluetooth® Qualification Testing Facility (BQTF). As a global wireless device testing, certification and international approvals management provider, this recognition validates the capabilities and competence of the Dongguan laboratory in certifying wireless devices using Bluetooth technology.
Dongguan’s authorized test scope includes:
• RF: PHY1
• RF: PHY2
• Traditional Profiles and Protocols
• GATT-Based Profiles & Services
• Mesh Profile & Mesh Models
This latest listing expands Bureau Veritas’ Bluetooth Qualification Services with BQTF labs in USA, Germany, China, Taiwan and Japan. Due to recent growth in IoT, wearable, and connected home devices utilizing Bluetooth technology, Bureau Veritas has increased its capacity for Bluetooth Qualification testing with this expansion.
Bureau Veritas offers Bluetooth test services that include:
• Bluetooth SIG Qualification
• CTIA Bluetooth Compatibility Certification
• Country approvals
to help their customers get to market in a timely way. Bureau Veritas has been involved in Bluetooth qualification for around 20 years and continues to support device, module and chipset manufacturers with testing Bluetooth enabled products.
Bureau Veritas will utilize its own InterLab Test Solution Bluetooth RF at its Dongguan Laboratory as the basis for qualification testing.
The InterLab Test Solution Bluetooth RF provides the highest level of automation in order to speed up repetitive, time-consuming procedures. It uses advanced object-under-test automation techniques, adaptive signaling methods and configurable repeat scenarios. The InterLab Test Solution Bluetooth RF is used at all of Bureau Veritas’ BQTFs and is installed at the majority of BQTFs/BRTFs worldwide.
The Bluetooth SIG (Special Interest Group) was founded in 1998 and oversees specification development, qualification programs and trademark protection. Bluetooth-enabled products for consumers, automotive uses and medical uses must comply with Bluetooth SIG requirements, if they are to obtain and use the Bluetooth Mark and Bluetooth technology.