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COMPRION‘s NFC Forum Analog Test Solution has been confirmed as an Approved Test Tool by the NFC Forum. Its listing on the NFC Forum website follows successful completion of a multi-layered validation process. COMPRION’s proven UT³ Platform is now accepted by the NFC Forum for Analog, Digital Protocol, and LLCP and SNEP certification testing.
In an effort to keep up with new developments and increasing complexity in the evolving NFC ecosystem, the NFC Forum continuously enhances its Certification Program, through revisions to existing requirements and the addition of new requirements. This year, the Certification Program has seen a major expansion with the inclusion of Analog testing.
“Testing at the physical level requires an immense number of runs,” said Paula Hunter, Executive Director of the NFC Forum. “Although only about 30 test cases have been defined, the different positions of antennae and various other parameters result in a challenging number of tests for execution. We are pleased that COMPRION’s NFC Forum Analog Test Solution successfully met the evaluation criteria to be listed as an approved analog test tool.”
The NFC Forum Analog Test Solution by COMPRION runs on the UT³ Plat-form and is automated by a Kawasaki Industrial Robot. Carsten Stumpf, Senior Marketing & Sales Manager with Kawasaki, added, “Our robot is an exact fit for these challenging requirements. We are glad to contribute to COMPRION’s precise and reliable solution.”
Swantje Missfeldt, responsible product manager at COMPRION, further emphasized, “Our clients especially appreciate the fast test case execu-tion, as well as the powerful integrated oscilloscope. The latter allows for a high-resolution recording of a great range of signals. Processing and documentation of the data is done with high performance and reliability with accurate metrics.”
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