Cellular Testing

CETECOM offers conformance testing of a device incorporating 4G / 3G / 2G technology to ensure it conforms to the required technical standards for its target markets. The CETECOM facilities are equipped with state-of-the-art test systems and accreditations to get your device tested and certified according to industry and network operator specifications such as PTCRB, GCF or Vodafone and others.


Testing services

  • RF & Protocol Testing
  • RED Conducted Testing
  • TTY Testing
  • SIM/USIM/USAT Testing
  • Application Enabler Testing
  • Acoustic Testing
  • Over-the-Air (OTA) Antenna Performance Testing
  • Radiated Spurious Emissions Testing
  • Specific Absorption Rate (SAR)
  • Testing according to FCC & ISED standards
  • Testing according to ARIB standards
  • Testing according to ETSI standards
  • Testing according to Japanese Radio/Business Law
  • Near Field Communication Testing (NFC)
  • Wi-Fi® Testing
  • MirrorLinkTM Testing


Network Operator testing

  • Network Operator specific Field Trials
  • IOP Testing
  • Network Operator Acceptance Testing
  • Technical Consulting
  • GCF Field Trials
  • Field Testing for Quality Assurance
  • Reference Design Testing
  • Usability Testing
  • Performance Testing
  • Application Testing




Global Certification Forum (GCF) is a globally recognized independent certification scheme for mobile handsets, smartphones, tablets and other wireless devices that are based on 3GPP and 3GPP2 standards. CETECOM offers extensive testing following GCF specifications to ensure global interoperability (test lab cases, field trials).



PTCRB approval ensures compliance with the technical specifications as defined in the NAPRD (North American Program Reference Document) regulatory and network operator requirements. CETECOM‘s global laboratories are accredited by PTCRB, offering the full line of PTCRB certification test services. This includes but is not limited to:

  • Over-the-Air Performance (TRP & TIS Measurements)
  • SAR testing for integration devices utilized within 20 cm of the human body
  • FCC testing and approval