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    1970s – 1980s


    The history of Testing Center "Omega" (TC "Omega") dates back to 1968, when radio factory (later "Monsoon" NGOs) build the base of the test center for the enterprises of the Military Industrial Complex was started - developers and manufacturers of radio communication equipment Marine and land mobile service.

    Since 1970, the laboratory is testing equipment to confirm its compliance with the requirements of the International Maritime Organization (the IMO) Global Maritime Distress System (GMDSS).


    1990s 2010s

    A feature of the center is its recognition in the Programme of the COSPAS-SARSAT - International Satellite System rescue distressed ships and aircraft, which is part of the GMDSS. Since 1994, the laboratory is part of a list of four (now - five) laboratories in the world, recognized by the COSPAS-SARSAT Secretariat for conducting testing of 406 MHz for type approval.

    November 1991 to December 2014 as an independent laboratory operated state enterprise PE TC "Omega", which functioned in the composition accredited for compliance with the international standards for laboratory testing, product certification body and certification body of quality management systems.




    For the whole history of its activity TC "Omega" has become a modern laboratory complex - technically equipped and independent conformity assessment body, provides services for testing and certification of various products of electric and electronic equipment of high technology on the requirements established by law.

    Testing Center "Omega" - branch of NIIR has advanced test and measurement equipment from leading manufacturers of measuring instruments. We have a unique test facilities, including shielded anechoic and semi-anechoic chamber. And most importantly, we have a qualified staff, competent in matters of the independent technical examination and testing of products of domestic and foreign production in compliance with national, European and international standards.