Members of REDCA are listed in this
section together with their company logo and a website link.
Use the tabs above to view members by category eg Notified
Body, Manufacturer etc.
rules governing membership and the constitution of the
Association can be viewed and downloaded from the Documents
The constitution requires that the
Steering Committee elect three officers to administer the
Association - Chairman, Secretary and Treasurer. The current
holders of these positions are detailed below.
Due to the end of the contract period per December 31, 2017,
the current REDCA Technical Secretary Jan Coenraads and
current Chairman Nick Hooper will terminate their activities
as REDCA Secretary and REDCA Chairman.
Nick Hooper has per January 2018 been appointed the REDCA
Technical Secretary and a new REDCA Chairman has been
appointed per January 2018, being Mr. Pieter de Beer from
TÜV Rheinland Nederland B.V.
Chairman from January
2018 - Pieter de Beer
education in electronics Pieter de Beer
started his carrier at the Dutch Radio
Agency. He was involved in EMC, Telecom and
Cable Television regulations and testing
until these activities were privatized. He
continued as location manager of an ISO17025
accredited EMC and Telecommunication Testing
Laboratory and supported the companies
testing laboratories in USA, Japan and
Brazil. Currently he is a Strategic
Technical Expert at TÜV Rheinland Nederland
with nearly 40 years’ experience in Telecom
Type Approvals and Telecom/EMC/SAR testing.
As today for SRD, land mobile services, WLAN,
etc. Has been project member/leader of EU
projects CTS4 ERMES and CTS5 DECT GAP
(conformance Testing Services) and has
supported ETSI as TC secretary (RES04) for
many years. Member of the Notified Body
department of TÜV Rheinland for EMCD and
RED. He participated in early ADLNB
workgroup drafting the ADLNB handbook and
was involved in the training of Notified
Bodies in the USA.
Chairman - Nick
Hooper BSc, CEng, SMIEEE
Hooper graduated from Queen Mary College,
University of London with a BSc in Electronic
Engineering and has worked in electronics for
more than 35 years. He is currently working for
UL in the UK leading the wireless Inspection
(ISO 17020) and Certification (ISO 17065) team
During his career he: was an Aircraft and
Avionic Engineer in the armed forces, ran FCC
listed test sites for two different companies,
worked as a Tempest equipment designer and test
engineer, performed wireless equipment tests on
a wide variety of equipment, and now conducts
wireless equipment assessments. He is a member
of the ANSI C63 working group and a member of
many ETSI working groups, helping to draft
standards for Wireless products.
Secretary - Jan
Jan worked for the
Netherlands Radio Agency managing the Agency’s
EMC Laboratory, helping NL industry to comply
with technical EMC regulation and representing
the Ministry within national and international
EMC standardisation activities such as IEC CISPR
and CENELEC. (Amongst other activities being
Chairman of CISPR Subcommittee F for many
years). He was involved in negotiating in the
development of EU Directives in the field of EMC
and Radio and was involved in the training of
Notified Bodies and CAB’s worldwide. He
initiated the setting up of the R&TTECA and
EUANB and was chairman of R&TTECA and secretary
of EUANB many years.
As Business Manager he established EMC and Radio
Test Laboratories in the EU, USA, Japan and
Brazil dealing with the preparing of the
operational phase of them as well as operating
as Notified Body.
He returned to the Radio Agency as Coordinating
Researcher in the field of EMC and Radio
focusing on the technical and operational
aspects of the EU EMC Directive and R&TTE
Directive and after retiring he now operates as
Secretary of R&TTECA and EUANB.
Treasurer - David Imeson
Imeson graduated from Leeds University with a
BSc in Engineering and worked in the electronics
industry for more than 40 years, before his
retirement. During his career he: was EMC
Manager at IBM, ran his own consulting company,
Compliance Europe Ltd, consultant to
Hursley EMC Services Ltd, Secretary of EMC
Test Labs Association (EMCTLA) and
chairman of the European EMC Competent Bodies (ECACB).
He represented the Notified Bodies on several EU
Committees including the SLIM Working
Group that redrafted the EMC Directive and the
EMC Working Party .