Given consumer and corporate trends, products of all types are increasingly likely to incorporate electronics in the form of processors, memory chips, and various types of wireless communications. Any such product—whether a car, toaster oven, programmable logic controller, or cell phone—might generate radio frequency (RF) interference, whether it intentionally transmits and receives RF signals as part of its functions or not. According to governments all over the world, that is a problem.
Product designs incorporating electronics frequently fall subject to governmental regulations and so more companies must conduct compliance testing. For efficiency and cost-effectiveness, this often involves internal testing. Antennas are one piece of necessary testing equipment. Making the right choice can speed internal testing and save significant money.
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