Electronic components can be damaged if they are exposed to extreme temperatures. That is why devices have to undergo stringent testing to make sure that they work properly in hot, cold and humid climates.
The International Commission on Non‐Ionizing Radiation Protection (ICNIRP) says there is no scientific evidence that 5G radiation poses a threat to human health. The finding comes in the ICNIRP’s updated guidelines for protection against harmful effects of radiofrequency fields
IECRE, the IEC System for Certification to Standards relating to Equipment for Use in Renewable Energy, held its annual meeting and important working group (WG) meetings in Feldkirch, Austria from 18-22 November. Hosted by Bachmann electronic, over 40 expert stakeholders from 15 count
I was delighted to take part recently in the World Trade Organization’s (WTO) annual Aid for Trade Global Review. Following is a summary of my speech about the role of international standards in helping countries seize the trade opportunities from the clean energy transition.
5G looks set to transform the way we live and work by connecting not just people but things in the so-called Internet of Things. Telecoms expert Mike Wood, who has been involved with the roll-out of 5G in Australia, explains how IEC has been getting ready.
As 5G advances at a rapid rate and networks are deployed, testing base stations to ensure they meet the radio frequency (RF) exposure standards is an essential step for operators, regulators and the community, providing a reassurance on safety.