As one of the world's first Bluetooth test houses, Ericsson Technology Licensing is now formally recognized as a BQTF (Bluetooth Qualification Test Facility) by the Bluetooth SIG (Special Interest Group).
June 10, 2002 - Anders Svensson, Laboratory Manager at the BQTF, explains: "With more than 30 completed qualification projects and three years of experience from Bluetooth testing, it is very encouraging to now have this recognition."
The BQTF offers a complete scope within Bluetooth, for radio, protocol and profile conformance testing as well as profile interoperability testing. The BQTF guides manufacturers through test preparation, the actual testing and the documentation of the tests, which are the three major steps of the Bluetooth qualification process.
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