Manufacturers of Voiceover Internet Protocol (VoIP) devices are required to comply with a variety of regulatory and non-regulatory tests before their products can go to market. Element has many years of experience navigating the hurdles to VoIP compliance, helping you get products to market faster.

For proper set up, VoIP handsets require a VoIP Gateway to interface with the network. From a certification point of view, the handset (or peripheral) has to satisfy regulatory VoIP testing requirements, and the gateway, as part of the network, is often subject to non-regulatory compliance.

Element’s VoIP testing capabilities


In addition to regulatory requirements and certification, we can provide performance testing for VoIP telecoms products. This service allows us to support manufacturers, giving them confidence that their products operate as intended, and adding real value for prospective customers.


  • ITU-P.860
  • ITU-P.861
  • ITU-P.862
The Element advantage

Our VoIP Testing services ensure your telecoms products meet all testing requirements. We are UKAS accredited to BS EN ISO/IEC 17025:2005, a Telecommunications Certification Body (TCB) for the US and a Certification Assessment Body (CAB) for Japan. Element has accreditations with ICASA (South Africa) and Telepermit (New Zealand), and our Telecommunications test reports are accepted around the globe, allowing easy access to alternative markets in addition to Europe.

We provide a variety of product qualification programs, includingEMC,Telecommunications安全测试服务,帮助您与监管机构y requirements for gaining market access to the following countries:

  • Europe
  • North America
  • Australia
  • New Zealand

For more information about our VoIP testing, or to speak with an expert, contact us today.

Standards We Test To

Element can provide testing to a variety of international regulatory standards, including:

  • AS/CA S004/NZS 60950-1
  • EN 55022 and EN 55024
  • IEC 60950-1
  • PTC220第8节


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