(June 24, 2016) Written by Kenneth Wyatt – Britain has voted to leave the European Union, a monumental decision that’s triggering some serious alarm bells throughout the country. As it stands, many UK laws and regulations are determined by EU legislation and it’s not immediately clear what the EMC standards ramifications in Britain will be during the two year transition and in the future after that.
There’s still a long road ahead, and many of the concerns expressed by the EMC standards community are likely to be addressed in the coming negotiations. Panic is obviously not the way to go, and to understand the issues with more clarity, I’ve asked John Woodgate and Keith Armstrong, product regulations/EMC consultants and standards experts in England, to provide some initial analysis. Both of these consultants are based in England, so have a unique perspective as events unfold. As the transition takes place, you can depend on Interference Technology to help inform and clarify the issues as the transition progresses.
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