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FCC certification

Thu Nov 06, 2008 8:50 pm

Anybody out there know of any routerboard, amplifier, antenna combinations that are certified by the FCC as a complete system?
 
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Re: FCC certification

Thu Nov 20, 2008 9:59 am

most everything you can find on routerboard.com does not require any fcc licensing or certification within the us. what specifically are you looking for.
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Re: FCC certification

Thu Nov 20, 2008 11:08 pm

Look for the fcc symbol on the routerboards. It seems to be present on all the newer ones. I think the 532 might not have been.

Then get an FCC approved radio card. What antennas are approved are determined by the radio card's testing/approval. At least that's my understanding. Then it should be professionally installed in a manner where the combination doesn't exceed limits set for that band.
 
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Re: FCC certification

Sat Jan 24, 2009 7:44 pm

Does anyone know how much It would cost to get a license to operate on 2422 with the XR9? Probably a ubiquiti dicussion forum queston but just thought I would put it in here aswell. Im not sure what the downconverter to 900mhz what freq 2422 is on If I could find that out I could probably see how much It would cost to get a license to operate in that freq, -Jordan
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