Retlif's Poggi Receives iNARTE Certification

(Press Release)
Wednesday, November 14, 2012
Walter A. Poggi, President & CEO, Retlif Testing Laboratories

Walter A. Poggi President and CEO of Retlif Testing Laboratories, Inc., received iNARTE certification (International Association for Radio, Telecommunications and Electromagnetics, Inc.) as “Master EMC Design Engineer.”

The certification is awarded to those who demonstrate knowledge, proficiency, education and experience in Electromagnetic Compatibility and the employment of EMC/EMI principles in Electronics and Electrical Design.

Poggi has long been a leading advocate of continuing electronics industry education with particular emphasis on EMC/EMI training. His accomplishments include authorship of EMC/EMI publications, production of DVD training vehicles including “EMI & The World Around Us,” as well as direction and hosting of electromagnetic interference-related training seminars.
 
 
 
Retlif Testing Laboratories has been one of the world's leading independent testing organizations since its founding in 1978. As a strategic compliance organization, Retlif offers EMC/EMI and Environmental Testing Services, approvals and certification. Today, the firm operates three full-service laboratories in Ronkonkoma NY, Goffstown NH, and Harleysville PA, with additional offices in Charlotte, NC, and a Washington D.C. Regulatory Affairs office.
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