Wireless products, as the name suggests, are products that can be used without cables and equipment connections. In other words, electronic products that use radio technology to achieve specific product functions should include wireless signal transmission and reception systems.
Certification is the process by which the FCC signs equipment approval based on application and test data. The FCC reviews the samples (or photos) and test data submitted by the applicant, and if it meets the requirements of the FCC rules, it will authorize an FCCID number for the device. Applicable equipment for certification includes low-power transmitters such as cordless phones, remote controls for automatic doors, radio remote control toys and security alarm systems, Part15 devices that intentionally emit radio frequency energy;
Industrial, scientific and medical equipment used by mass consumers in Part18, automatic frequency conversion receivers and super-regenerative receivers, television interface equipment, and home computers and their peripherals. The responsible party should make the FCC-ID mark on the device.
1. Wireless products (such as: Bluetooth, wireless remote control toys, wireless remote switches, wireless thermometers, wireless mice and keyboards, wireless monitors & cameras, wireless microphones, FM transmitters, and various wireless devices, etc.).
(1) Product manual (English)
(2) Schematic diagram: Provide a schematic diagram of the entire product
(3) Circuit diagram
(4) Block diagram: Which parts of the product are composed, and those with Bluetooth and WIFI must be marked with the crystal frequency.
(5) Working principle and function description
(6) List of key components
(7) Antenna gain diagram
For the first time a merchant applies for FCC-ID number certification, it is necessary to register FCC-FRN with the FCC and establish an application company profile before FCC-ID declaration can be made. All reports are reviewed by the FCC-TCB agency, and the report is submitted to the FCC Management Center for publication on the website, and then the product information can be found on the US FCC official website through the ID number.