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Thread: FCC licensing of low-power transmitter
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picon face BY : Harold M Hallikainen email (remove spam text)



       You might look at apnotes from Microchip on their RF-PIC and from Micrel
on their QuikRadio. There should be a fair amount of info on what's
required to get through FCC certification. In addition, there are RF
modules that carry certification with them to the end product they are
mounted in.

Harold


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