China To Hold First Bluetooth Qualification Test

By TechSecurityChina.com Editor
March 25, 2004

Centro de Tecnologia de las Comunicaciones, S.A., a provider of wireless test solutions, has been recently chosen by The State Radio Monitoring Center (SRMC) to supply Bluetooth conformance test solutions, BITE, in Beijing.

This will allow SRMC to offer Bluetooth Qualification testing services to Chinese Manufacturers. As part of the contract, CETECOM will be delivering BITE RF and Protocols conformance testers and providing full training and technical support to help SRMC become an officially recognized BQTF (Bluetooth Qualification Test Facility), the first in China.

Andres Moreno, Telecommunications Director at CETECOM Spain said “This is excellent news for the Chinese industry and for the whole Bluetooth community. Now Bluetooth manufacturers will be able to test and qualify their devices in Mainland China, with local staff and state-of-the-art test facilities. We believe that China will become one of the most important Bluetooth-countries in the world, and thus, an official BQTF is an important step.”

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