Global Market Access Wireless Testing


Navigating the regulatory landscape of global markets is a complex and challenging task. Leverage UL's expertise, resources and services to streamline compliance efforts and help speed time to market.


UL’s Global Market Access wireless testing helps businesses navigate complex, changing global regulations for wireless technologies such as Bluetooth®, keyless systems, wireless LAN, Worldwide Interoperability for Microwave Access (WiMax), Universal Mobile Telecommunications System (UMTS), Global System for Mobile Communications (GSM), Long-Term Evolution (LTE) and ANT/ANT+/ZigBee.


Whether a business is interested in going to market in one country or reaching multiple markets around the world, UL takes an integrated and customized service approach to meet all product compliance needs.

UL’s global service provides the complete compliance solution for wireless products. Our customers can also choose to combine their Global Market Access wireless service package with product safety and energy efficiency testing programs to streamline the process of gaining complete access to key markets.

Working with UL also allows our customers to take advantage of streamlined service paths through UL’s accreditations. In North America, UL is an accredited Telecommunication Certification Body (TCB) and is accredited by Industry Canada as a Foreign Certification Body (FCB). In Europe and Asia, UL is a Notified Body status user as per the R&TTE and EMC directives of the European Union and is recognized under the U.S.-Japan MRA as a certification body for scopes B1, B2 and B3 (Radio Law).

UL works in close cooperation with other organizations around the world. Our trusted reputation often means our customers can gain the certifications or approvals for many countries without the need for retesting or working with multiple organizations. This translates to faster time to market with reduced costs.



Any product including wireless technologies, such as Bluetooth, Keyless systems, Wireless LAN, WiMax, UMTS, GSM, LTE and ANT/ANT+/ZigBee (e.g., mobile handsets, consumer electronics, dongles and laptops).