MET Labs has the test equipment and know how to test virtually any telecom product to any regulatory standard for any market.
Following are the most popular standards we test to, but it is not an exhaustive list.
||AS/ACIF S002; AS/ACIF S003; AS/ACIF S016; AS/ACIF S041.1; AS/ACIF S041.2; AS/ACIF S043.1; AS/ACIF S043.2; AS/CA S002; AS/CA S003.1; AS/CA S003.2; AS/CA S003.3
||NET 001/92; Resolution 392; Resolution 473
||CS-03 (Analog, Digital, xDSL)
||YD/T 514-1998 (Analog)
||ETSI EG 201 121 V1.1.3; ETSI ES 202 913 V1.2.2; ETSI ES 203 021; ETSI TS 101 270-1 V1.4.1; ETSI TS 101 388 V1.4.1; TBR 4; TBR 12; TBR 13; TBR 15; TBR 17; TBR 21
||HKTA 2011 (Analog); HKTA 2017 (Digital)
||IR/FAX-01; S/INT-2 W/02 (Analog)
||MOC 023/96 (Analog)
||ITU-T G.703.2001 (Digital); ITU-T G.823.2000 (E1); ITU-T G.991.2; ITU-T G.992.1; ITU-T G.992.3; ITU-T G.992.5; ITU-T G.993.1; ITU-T G.993.2; ITU-T Q.552
||JATE (1.5M); JATE (2M); JATE (Analog)
||MIC Notification No. 2004-15 (Analog TE)
||SKMM FTS PSTN (Analog)
||NOM-152 (Digital 2M)
||PTC 200; PTC 220; TNA 134 (ISDN)
||NTC TES 1; NTC TES 4
||IDA TS ADSL; IDA TS PSTN
||TIA-968-B (Analog, Digital, xDSL); FCC Part68
In 1982, MET became one of the first labs licensed by Industry Canada to perform certification testing. MET tests products and submits the required documentation to Industry Canada in accordance with the Canadian regulations CS-03.
To access forms needed for Canadian certification, email us.
The European Commission's Radio and Telecommunications Terminal Equipment Directive (R&TTE Directive) frees the manufacturer of telecommunications equipment from relying on government appointed Notified Bodies in order to sell their equipment in Europe. Under the R&TTE Directive, manufacturers can now self-certify, relying on the test lab of their choice to verify compliance to harmonized ETSI TBR standards. MET clients can now simultaneously test to European ETSI standards while testing in North America for Canadian and FCC certification.
Read about how the R&TTE Directive is being replaced by the Radio Equipment Directive (RED).
All three of MET's laboratories have Recognized Testing Agency (RTA) status with Hong Kong's OFTA (Office of Telecommunications Authority). All three locations are allowed to conduct evaluation tests of analogue and digital wireline equipment.