Interior systems supplier Johnson Controls Inc. officially opens what it is billing as the industry's first state-of-the-art radio frequency (RF) testing facility. Located in Holland, MI, the 3,200-sq.-ft. center is expected to help JCI develop new electronic products and maximize the performance of its current RF devices, including its HomeLink Universal Transceiver and PSI (Pressure Safety Information) devices. Construction of the facility was completed in August, and it received Federal ...
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