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Key Benefits

  • Professional laboratory equipped with state of the art Test equipment and engineering tools.
  • Our experienced and well-trained staff not only test the equipment but also helps to fix the problem for the unfortunate equipment.
  • Mail-In Testing. Ship the equipment with proper instructions & documentation and we will take care of rest).
  • Payment option for FCC, Industry Canada filing fees is available.
  • Quick Turn-around time for both the Testing and Applications to sell your product in the market before your competition.
  • No cost initial project consulting and follow-up with approval agency.
  • Electronic format report (PDF) option available.
  • FCC Part 68 Continuos Compliance Testing (CCT) reminder.
  • We guarantee you that we will complete testing and applications for FCC Part 68 & IC CS-03 in 2-5 working days, if the product meets the requirements and you supply necessary documents on time.

Capabilities

Global Testing offers full testing and submission services for the Telecommunication equipment including analog, digital, voice, non-voice, ISDN, ADSL devices.  The combined testing and submission service is designed to enable manufacturer to take advantage of the savings of time and cost. GT provides services to TIA-968-A (FCC Part 68), Industry Canada CS-03, Singapore TAS, Japan JATE, Europe ETSI ES 203 021 (TBR21) including ETSI EG 201 121 guide,   India TEC, etc.

Global Testing can conduct testing for:

  • All phones (Basic, Multifunction, Cordless, Speaker, Video, etc.)
  • Data/Fax/Voice Modems (Cards, Stand-alone, PCMCIA, Machine, Printer, TV with modem, etc.)
  • POS, Digital Electric Power Meters, Remote Entry Security Systems, etc. 
  • Answering Machines, Standalone Ringers, Chimes, Caller ID, Voicemail, Utility meter reading device, etc.
  • ISDN, ADSL, SDSL, T1, PBX, SHDSL, etc.
  • Network Protection Devices, Hearing Aids Compatible devices, etc.

Regulatory Information

USA - ACTA  TIA-968-A/ FCC Part 68
ACTA Adopted Technical Criteria
   
The Administrative Council for Terminal Attachment ("ACTA") adopted the following technical criteria for Telephone Terminal Equipment ("TTE"). Equipment approved for connection to the public switched telephone network shall comply with all applicable rules and regulations of Part 68, and with the applicable technical criteria adopted by ACTA:

Title: TIA-968-B
Description: Telecommunications - Telephone Terminal Equipment - Technical Requirements for Connection of Terminal Equipment to the Telephone Network (Upgrade and Revision of TIA-968)
Format
ACTA Adopted: September 22, 2009
Errata Adopted: April 30, 2010 (Download Errata)
  IMPORTANT INFORMATION: TIA-968-A is valid for approvals until March 22, 2011 when it will be superseded by TIA-968-B. Until March 22, 2011, users may cite either TIA-968-A, along with its addendums, or TIA-968-B.

Title: TIA-968-A-5
Description: Telecommunications Telephone Terminal Equipment Technical Requirements for Connection of Terminal Equipment to the Telephone Network Addendum 5
Format
ACTA Adopted: July 25, 2007


Title: TIA-968-A-4
Description: Telecommunications Telephone Terminal Equipment Technical Requirements for Connection of Terminal Equipment to the Telephone Network Addendum 4
Format
ACTA Adopted: March 14, 2007


Title: TIA-968-A-3
Description: Telecommunications Telephone Terminal Equipment Technical Requirements for Connection of Terminal Equipment to the Telephone Network Addendum 3
Format
ACTA Adopted: February 2, 2005

Title: TIA-968-A-2
Description: Telecommunications - Telephone Terminal Equipment Technical Requirements for Connection of Terminal Equipment to the Telephone Network Addendum 2, TIA-968-A-2
Format
ACTA Adopted: March 7, 2004

Title: TIA-968-A-1
Description: Telecommunications Telephone Terminal Equipment Technical Requirements for Connection of Terminal Equipment to the Telephone Network Addendum 1, TIA-968-A-1 (Addendum to TIA-968-A)
Format:
ACTA Adopted: September 2, 2003

Title: TIA-968-A
Description: Telecommunications -- Telephone Terminal Equipment -- Technical Requirements for Connection of Terminal Equipment to the Telephone Network (Upgrade and Revision of TIA/EIA/IS-968)
Format:
ACTA Adopted: January 15, 2003
  IMPORTANT INFORMATION: TIA-968-A is valid for approvals until March 22, 2011 when it will be superseded by TIA-968-B. Until March 22, 2011, users may cite either TIA-968-A, along with its addendums, or TIA-968-B.

Title: TIA-1096-A
Description: Telecommunications Telephone Terminal Equipment Connector Requirements for Connection of Terminal Equipment to the Telephone Network
Format:
ACTA Adopted: May 6, 2008

The Administrative Council for Terminal Attachment ("ACTA") adopted the following technical criteria for Telephone Terminal Equipment ("TTE"). Equipment approved for connection to the public switched telephone network shall comply with all applicable rules and regulations of Part 68, and with the applicable technical criteria adopted by ACTA:

TIA-968-A: Telecommunications -- Telephone Terminal Equipment -- Technical Requirements for Connection of Terminal Equipment to the Telephone Network (Upgrade and Revision of TIA/EIA/IS-968)

TIA/EIA/IS-968: Technical Criteria for Terminal Equipment to Prevent Harms to the Telephone Network, July 2001.

TIA/EIA/IS-883: Telecommunications - Telephone Terminal Equipment - Supplemental Technical Requirements for Connection of Stutter Dial Tone Detection Devices and ADSL Modems to the Telephone Network, June 2001.

TIA/EIA/TSB-168: Telecommunications - Telephone Terminal Equipment - Labeling Requirements, June 2001.

The Federal Communication Commission regulates the attachment of telecommunications Terminal equipment to the telephone network.  The FCC requires Registration of Terminal Equipment directly connected to the Public Switched Telephone Network (PSTN). The purpose of this requirement is to protect the telephone network and repair personnel. The functionality of the equipment under test is of minimum concern.

FCC Part 68 Continuing Compliance Program: As part of the Part 68 original application a manufacturer is required to adhere to a quality control program. Part of the requirement is production sample testing every six months (if the unit is still in production). We will notify our clients when the product is due for testing.

Canada - Industry Canada CS-03

Industry Canada regulates the connection of telecommunications terminal equipment to the PSTN. Industry Canada requires Certification of equipment directly connected to the PSTN. Testing must be performed by Industry Canada Approved test lab. Global Testing is an Industry Canada Approved test lab.

Japan - Japan Approvals Institute for Telecommunications Equipment (JATE)

JATE grants compliance approval for Terminal Equipment in a fair and neutral manner as the sole agency designated for that purpose by the Minister of Posts and Telecommunications. Terminals granted approval can be connected to the Public Network without inspection of a telecommunications carrier such as NTT. Connection requests should be made to the Telecommunications carriers, but carriers do not have right to refuse such connection. Global Testing's overseas network is able to receive faster approvals for the JATE (3-4 weeks testing & approval).

 Europe - ETSI ES 203 021 (TBR21)
The Telecommunications Terminal Equipment (TTE) directive establishes the requirements which TTE must meet before being marketed in the European Community (EC). 'Attachment requirements for pan-European approval for connection to the analogue Public Switched Telephone Networks (PSTN) of TE (excluding TE supporting the voice telephony service) in which network addressing, if provided, is by means of Dual Tone Multi Frequency (DTMF) signalling' is ETSI ETSI ES 203 021. Manufacturer or applicants for approval of TE must be aware of the Advisory Notes contained in ETSI Guide EG 201 121, including any amendment thereto.

Australia - Australian Standards

AS/NZS 3260: Safety of Information Technology Equipment Including Electrical Business Equipment.

 AS/ACIF S001: Safety Requirements for Customer Equipment.

AS/ACIF S002:  Analogue interworking and non-interference requirements for Customer Equipment for connection to the Public Switched Telephone Network.

AS/ACIF S016: Requirements for Customer Equipment for connection to hierarchical digital interfaces.

 

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