Bureau Veritas, a leading Testing, Inspection and Certification provider is pleased to announce that its wireless laboratory in HsinChu Taiwan has been approved as a WInnForum Citizens Broadband Radio Service (CBRS) Approved Lab and OnGo Alliance Authorized Test Lab.
The rapid growth of Internet and IoT devices with a large amount of data transmission has demanded more powerful wireless data transmission efficiency and user experience enhancement. Yet, these demands are relatively limited by the shortage of wireless broadband data transmission.
Bureau Veritas has played an important role in the issuance of type approval certificates for Electrical and Electric and Wireless products for years, our recognitions and knowledge embrace all the core technologies to assist our clients with fast time-to-market and reduce the operation cost. This expansion gives customers more flexibility to be able to test in Asia or North America.
Bureau Veritas Offering Test Specifications:
1. OnGo Alliance, OnGo-TS-9001, “OnGo Alliance Certification Test Plan”
2. Wireless Innovation Forum (WInnForum) WINNF-TS-0122, CBRS CBSD Test Specification
3. 47 CFR FCC Part 96 - Citizens Broadband Radio Service
About WInnForum CBSD Certification Program
In order to be FCC certified to operate in the CBRS Band, an equipment manufacturer will need to show that their CBSD can communicate with a Spectrum Access System and follow its directives as per Part 96. The CBRS ecosystem has developed standards in the WInnForum supporting SAS to CBSD communication. In addition, the WInnForum CBRS Test and Certification Task Group has developed a test specification (WINNF-TS-0122) and is finalizing a test harness supporting that standard. Successful completion of the defined tests will provide evidence of Part 96 compliance in this area.
WInnForum is facilitating CBSD certification testing, as requested by its members, for all organizations, both member and non-member, against this test specification by accrediting FCC approved test labs to run the WInnForum CBSD tests.