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On wifi 2.4GHZ transceivers they require to be FCC certified:

Are vendors required to supply FCC numbers by law to inquiring
customers?

Are radios that have been modified such as placed in an enclosure with
antenna required to be recertified by law?

What is the real-world policy of the FCC on the above two questions?

Thanks, in advance, for any helpful answers

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On wifi 2.4GHZ transceivers they require to be FCC certified:


"Certified" basically means that the device meets or exceeds all of the
requirements set forth by the FCC.


Are vendors required to supply FCC numbers by law to inquiring
customers?


Possibly, depending upon the type of device. What "number" specifically?


Are radios that have been modified such as placed in an enclosure with
antenna required to be recertified by law?


Not if you did it yourself and have no intention of marketing it.

"Certification" or "Type acceptance" is basically used for mass marketing
letting the public know that the device does meet the minimal requirements.


What is the real-world policy of the FCC on the above two questions?

Thanks, in advance, for any helpful answers




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richard wrote:
"harvey" wrote in message
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On wifi 2.4GHZ transceivers they require to be FCC certified:


"Certified" basically means that the device meets or exceeds all of the
requirements set forth by the FCC.
WHO GIVES A ****??

Are vendors required to supply FCC numbers by law to inquiring
customers?


Possibly, depending upon the type of device. What "number" specifically?


Are radios that have been modified such as placed in an enclosure with
antenna required to be recertified by law?


Not if you did it yourself and have no intention of marketing it.

"Certification" or "Type acceptance" is basically used for mass marketing
letting the public know that the device does meet the minimal requirements.


What is the real-world policy of the FCC on the above two questions?

Thanks, in advance, for any helpful answers


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now, do you have an answer to my question (or are you just playing
ganes-if you're a lawyer, then I can understand the word games)? more
inline:

"harvey" wrote in message
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On wifi 2.4GHZ transceivers they require to be FCC certified:


"Certified" basically means that the device meets or exceeds all of
the requirements set forth by the FCC.


Are vendors required to supply FCC numbers by law to inquiring
customers?


Possibly, depending upon the type of device. What "number"
specifically?


FCC ID the number needed to determine IF in fact radio has been
certified. It is required to be placed visible on the radio, but are
vendors required to supply the number on request?



Are radios that have been modified such as placed in an enclosure
with antenna required to be recertified by law?


Not if you did it yourself and have no intention of marketing it.


But if a company modifies the radio including addition of high power
antenna, it has to be recertified AFAIU.



"Certification" or "Type acceptance" is basically used for mass
marketing letting the public know that the device does meet the
minimal requirements.


also used to make sure the radio meets max. power requirements as set by
the FCC.



What is the real-world policy of the FCC on the above two questions?

Thanks, in advance, for any helpful answers






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And I see you still spam when you get your fat faggot ass handed to
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I grant you forgiveness for your crimes

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an old freind wrote:
wrote:
an old friend wrote:
and I

And I see you still spam when you get your fat faggot ass handed to
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I grant you


Nice of you to surrender.

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an old freind wrote:
wrote:
an old friend wrote:
and I
And I see you still spam when you get your fat faggot ass handed to
you.

I grant you


Nice of you to surrender.

no surrender no retreat
you ran off from nimbusters I see

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an old freind wrote:
wrote:
an old friend wrote:
and I

And I see you still spam when you get your fat faggot ass handed to
you.

I grant you

You surrender to your superiors?



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