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AT4 wireless and MET Labs Partner on Telecom Equipment Testing

by david.nunes

AT4 wireless and MET Labs Partner on

Telecom Equipment Testing

Malaga, (Spain) and Santa Clara, CA (USA) – April 11 – MET Laboratories and AT4 wireless have signed an agreement to cooperate on testing for mobile equipment and telecom type approvals in order to provide clients of both parties the opportunity for a complete testing solution that includes MET’s extensive regulatory certification services, and AT4 wireless’ wide range of conformance testing of mobile and other telecom equipment.

MET Laboratories will provide A2LA-accredited EMC, RF, Safety and SAR regulatory testing and certification required in the North American marketplace.

MET will also provide Radiated Spurious Emissions (RSE) testing for mobile communications and regulatory certification.

AT4 wireless will provide Mobile Communications Conformance certification and carriers´ related testing services including RF, Protocol, RRM, as well as Over the Air testing services and Type Approval/Certification. These services will be provided at AT4 wireless’ U.S. facilities in Herndon, VA and San Jose, CA or at any other AT4 wireless international location in Europe, Latam or APAC.

“Customers are increasingly seeking a single-source testing solution that combines regulatory and performance/conformance testing, and this agreement allows us to provide it,” says MET Labs President Rob Frier.  “Also, we are pleased to again partner with AT4 wireless to help telecom equipment manufacturers get their products to market as quickly and painlessly as possible.”

“We are very satisfied with this partnership. We have done business with MET Labs for more than 10 years now, MET has a great market reputation, experience and state of the art facilities that will be able to provide our customers the services that they need. AT4 wireless and MET Labs working as a team can provide the best services for the North American market specifically around Mobile Communications, M2M, integrations, etc.,” said Fernando E. Hardasmal, AT4 wireless, Inc. CEO.

About AT4 wireless

AT4 wireless is a leading network of testing laboratories offering world-class services for carrier device acceptance, performance, conformance, regulatory, field, functional, and interoperability testing as well as worldwide compliance and type approval consulting in over 200 countries or territories.

AT4 wireless offers testing, consultancy, development and training services to a wide range of industries, including telecommunications, automotive, health, consumer electronics and security around wireless and cellular technologies.

AT4 wireless offers one-stop testing and compliance services to the telecommunications industry, ensuring an efficient access to the global markets.

AT4 wireless was founded in 1991, has more than 240 employees worldwide and supports customers globally with headquarters in Malaga, Spain, and testing laboratories in the United States, Taiwan and Chile.

For more information, visit www.at4wireless.com.


As the U.S.’s first OSHA-licensed Nationally Recognized Testing Laboratory, MET Laboratories is an internationally-recognized resource for regulatory certification of electrical products for the worldwide marketplace. Testing covers a wide range of regulatory, commercial and military standards.  MET provides testing services required for specific certifications needed to establish product safety, electromagnetic compatibility, environmental hardiness, telecom, metering, fiber optic, wireless and RFID compliance.

MET Laboratories is headquartered in Baltimore, Maryland, with office locations in Union City and Santa Clara, California; Austin, Texas; Cary, North Carolina, and wholly-owned international locations in Shenzhen, China; Taipei, Taiwan; Seoul, Korea; and Milan, Italy.

For more information, visit www.METLabs.com.


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