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If you were confused by ETSI EN 300 328 v1.8.1, you're not alone. Does the future hold clarity? Take a look: http://ow.ly/Gn0FK

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Products with added connectivity are what consumers want now, but that changes the way compliance testing is handled. Learn more with "Developing Wirelessly Connected Devices? A Primer On Compliance Testing." http://ow.ly/I2T1y

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Have 166 seconds on your hands? Take a look at the new anechoic chamber in our RTP, NC test lab. Watch it go up with speed! http://ow.ly/I2T1w

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Test methods for slates and tablets changed with ENERGY STAR¨ Version 6.1. Review the changes in "Slates/Tablets Debut in ENERGY STAR¨ Version 6.1 for Computers." http://ow.ly/I2T1v

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Products destined for the #EU have to meet very different requirements, and that may mean a shift in your usual testing procedures. Take a look with "3 Ways To Prepare For Your EN 300 328 V1.8.1 Test Lab Visit." http://ow.ly/I2T1x

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Our new RTP, NC test lab has much to offer, and it's opening soon! Take a look at this beautiful facility now. http://ow.ly/I2T1w

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Learning whether your device is affected by compliance regulations that apply to the #InternetofThings is key. Take a look at our primer on wireless devices now: http://ow.ly/HArgq

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An EN 300 328 V1.8.1 Test Lab Visit may mean the stamp of approval to move forward or additonal delays in getting your product to market. Learn "3 Ways To Prepare For Your EN 300 328 V1.8.1 Test Lab Visit" to avoice problems now: http://ow.ly/HArgo

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The #NCRIOT meeting means great things for your product line and networking. Take a look: http://ow.ly/HArgn

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"Slates/Tablets Debut in ENERGY STAR¨ Version 6.1 for Computers" takes a closer look at the nuances of 6.1 and what it might mean for your product line. Keep reading: http://ow.ly/HArgm
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