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Whitepaper about the challenges of wireless coexistence and the solution approach according to ANSI C63.27

The coexistence of wireless technologies is an important challenge, as the number of wireless technologies has steadily increased in recent years.

Coexistence of wireless technologies is a challenge for manufacturers because different wireless technologies use different frequencies and have diverse bandwidth requirements.

In addition to the previously mentioned factors (type and frequency of radio technology and bandwidth), the strength of the signals also influences the coexistence of radio technologies.To ensure the coexistence of wireless technologies, these factors must be considered. Despite previous testing and market approval of the products, the use of common frequency bands can affect the functionality of the equipment.

This can be prevented with the help of a testing standard from the American National Standards Institute: ANSI C63.27.

In our new white paper, we take a detailed look at the issue of coexistence and highlight the solutions based on ANSI C63.27.

You can download the free whitepaper here:

We are of course available at any time for questions: mail@cetecomadvanced.com

About the author and this article

cetecom advanced is a global testing and certification service provider and part of the RWTÜV Group.

We are a state-recognized testing laboratories that is accredited worldwide for a wide range of testing services. With our testing services in accordance with international regulations, we help to bring electrical/electronic products safely onto the international market. Furthermore, we carry out product approvals in over 180 countries and renowned brands from all industries have been relying on our expertise since 1993.

This technical article was written according to strict editorial standards. All information contained in the article is the result of careful research on the subject. All specialist articles have been checked by the relevant specialist departments in our laboratories, which are responsible for testing and approving a wide range of radio products on a daily basis.

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