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Before launching a new phone, comprehensive compatibility testing helps to ensure it works properly with existing Bluetooth accessories like headsets, car kits, photo printers, and personal computers.
Although Bluetooth is a universal standard, it does not ensure consistent operation between devices and the advanced features that may be supported.
We test and evaluate 'peer-to-peer' capabilities and features of a Bluetooth phone against a pre-determined list of phones to ensure interoperability.
NAC testing verifies a mobile phone's ability to share content (pictures, music, etc.) in your phone with friends and family who all may own different types of mobile phones.
Before launching a new accessory, comprehensive compatibility testing helps to ensure it works properly with existing Bluetooth phones.
To ensure an accessory performs to customer expectations, the NAC can test it with a single carrier or multiple carriers' entire line-up of devices.
To ensure interoperability, the NAC tests a new accessory against a pre-determined list of phones.
We have an extensive inventory of Bluetooth phones to test against.
We review and evaluate user manuals to ensure accuracy and ease of use.
Leading car manufacturers around the world use the NAC to test their Bluetooth hands-free kits.
All major auto manufacturers have Bluetooth integrated into their cars to enable drivers to operate their phone hands-free for added safety and convenience. The NAC has developed strong relationships with both U.S. and foreign car manufacturers to ensure interoperability between carrier-sold mobile phones and vehicles sold in the U.S. and European market.
Incompatibilities with a single phone can lead to frustrated customers and overwhelmed service and call centers. The NAC can help you ensure interoperability with our extensive inventory of Bluetooth phones.
The NAC also helps automotive clients quantify device performance, discover opportunities to improve product design pre-release, and identify unsupported features.
Collected information is often used to update a car manufacturer's website and call center with pairing instructions and compatibility information on each phone in a cell phone carrier's line up.
ADDITIONAL BLUETOOTH DEVICES
The NAC tests a wide range of Bluetooth products, from printers to digital photo frames.
The NAC has worked with manufacturers on many first-time products, developing custom test plans that consider how your product will be used by consumers.
We can test your unique product against our extensive inventory of Bluetooth devices to help ensure interoperability and improve operation.