FCC 5GHz UNII Rule Changes

March 17, 2016

Will the FCC Extend the June 2, 2016 Deadline? Our FCC certifications team has received many questions related to the FCC 5GHz rule changes implemented in FCC Report & Order 14-30, June 2014. The FCC issued a Memorandum Opinion and...

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Self-Destructing Devices: The Future of Electronics?

October 1, 2015

By Michael Connors, Chemist, NTS Chicago It’s a common trope used in many spy movies and books: The hero gets his mission briefing on a tape recorder that ends with “This message will self-destruct in five seconds”. Then our super...

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Greener Skies – Green Innovation in Aviation: Part II

August 31, 2015

by Michael Connors, Chemist at NTS Chicago Throughout the years since the first flight in 1903, aircraft body and engine designs have changed many times over. From the Wright Flyer with an inline aeroengine to current jumbo jet with turbine...

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Greener Skies – Green Innovation in Aviation: Part I

August 19, 2015

by Michael Connors, Chemist at NTS Chicago Mankind has always looked to the sky, with minds full of hopes and dreams. Up until 1903, dreams of the sky were only that: dreams. However, two dreamers made their vision of soaring into the...

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NTS is now in Orlando, Florida!

August 12, 2015

We are pleased to announce that Qualtest of Orlando, Florida is now NTS Orlando! Qualtest was established in 1986 and is an internationally accredited, full-service testing provider with two testing facilities in the greater-Orlando area. The environmental facility offers an...

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From iPhone to iFertilizer: Biodegradable Computer Chips

July 23, 2015

by Michael Connors, Chemist, NTS Chicago As the lineup for the newest iPhone, Android, tablet or smart watch is released, we often think about the new technology we all can’t wait to get our hand on. But what happens to the old...

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Making of the Mission to Mars: Testing with Liquid Nitrogen & Oxygen

June 16, 2015

Mars is mysterious because no one has yet been there to colonize and understand the planet for what it really is. How dangerous will it be? Is it logical to aspire to live there? These are questions many might ask...

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NTS San Bernardino Unveils New Quiet Technology Test Facility

November 21, 2014

  In late 2013, NTS San Bernardino began design and construction on a new quiet technology test facility to support MIL-STD-740-2(SH) for Navy submarine applications. The 17.5’ x 12’ sound proof building houses a system which can output a maximum...

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NTS CSMO Appointed Chair of ACIL Board of Directors

November 21, 2014

Derek Coppinger, CSMO of NTS was inducted as Chair of the ACIL Board of Directors at their annual meeting in October 2014. Mr. Coppinger’s term will run through 2016. The American Council of Independent Laboratories (ACIL) is the trade association...

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NTS El Segundo WAS 5000 System Gets an Upgrade!

October 24, 2014

NTS El Segundo (formerly Wyle Laboratories) recently revamped the amplifier and cooling unit components of their WAS 5000 system. A redesigned cooling unit has improved performance and is not required to be in the vicinity of the sound source but can...

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