Frequently Asked Questions
Telecommunications Equipment Evaluation
Up to six frames can fit in the chamber. Heat dissipation can be a factor, as can pallets or frame position requirements. Call a Telecom Test Coordinator to discuss your needs.
SwRI is on the west side of San Antonio, Texas. Please refer to the map for directions.
No. Our current policy allows us to make changes or moves to the schedule up to one working day prior to test start. We make every effort to move your schedule to a desired timeframe when you have a delay in test start, or setback during testing.
The test coordinator is your single point of contact for the Telecommunications Equipment Test program. This person will handle all aspects of the program, including confidentiality agreements. Having one contact relieves the burden of having to deal with multiple people at a facility. The engineers serving as coordinators have a combined test experience of more than 60 years.
It is never too late! Just contact the telecom test coordinator to get the latest information. Due to the nature of testing, our schedules change every day. To satisfy industry demands, SwRI is adding and improving test equipment (see News)
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