The FCC represents the federal communications commission, an agency of the U.S. federal government that regulates the nation's radio spectrum. The FCC prevents "radio and broadcast pollution" by enforcing broadcasting decency standards and by regulating electromagnetic noise sources.
Electrical and electronic products may produce radio spectrum noise, and as the current moves within the electrical product, the current will generate electromagnetic waves that will pass through space, which may affect other currents in other products and cause unnecessary interference.
The federal communications commission (FCC) is responsible for formulating, implementing and applying the conventions established in communications by the 1934 law and the telecommunications act of 1996. American, including radio, television, digital cameras, bluetooth, wireless devices and a variety of radio frequency electronic products. All of these products must have an FCC certificate before they can be sold on the market.
Sample certificate of ordinary electronic products
Sample certificate of wireless electronic products