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The Electronics Technicians Association International (ETA) is a not-for-profit professional association that was founded in 1978. It was started by electronics technicians who felt the need for a group that would be independent of any industry influences on its technicians. The purpose of the association is to provide recognized professional credentials as a testament to an individual’s skills and knowledge in a particular area of study. ETA offers over 30 certifications including: Electronics, Fiber Optics and Data Cabling, Computers, Customer Service, Satellite, Biomedical, Avionics, Alarm-Security, Wireless Communications, RADAR, Audio/Video Distribution, and RF Linesweeping. ETA is also a COLEM for FCC testing.

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