The FCC Office of Engineering and Technology (OET) has published new and updated KDB entries.
|971510||The topic previously addressed in this KDB Publication is now covered under KDB Publication 206256||The topic previously addressed in this KDB Publication is now covered under KDB Publication 206256|
|935210||What is the Commission guidance for the evaluation of Signal Boosters?||FCC Report and Order (FCC 13-21 and FCC-14-138) introduced a new regulatory framework for signal boosters, including the introduction of a Network Protection Standard that specifies the technical and operational requirements necessary to minimize the …|
|971168||What are the procedures for compliance measurement for the fundamental emission power for licensed wideband (> 1 MHz) digital transmission systems?||Attachment 971168 D01 Power Meas License Digital Systems v03 provides procedures for measuring power and unwanted emissions of wideband (> 1 MHz) digitally modulated RF signals that are acceptable to the FCC for demonstrating compliance for licens…|
|206256||What procedures should be followed for approval of a wireless microphone?||The general equipment authorization policies that apply to the certification of a wireless microphone are provided in the attachment 206256 D01 Wireless Microphone Certification v01.|
|653005||Is it permitted for sensors certified under either Part 15 or Part 95 Subpart M as vehicular radars to be mounted on and deployed on railroad train locomotives; train cars; monorails or trams; construction vehicles; farming vehicles such as tractors and harvesters; motorcycles; scooters and motorbikes; mobile scissor-lifts and mobile work platforms; and boats and ships operated within territorial waters of the United States?||The FCC recently consolidated the rules for vehicular radar operations at 76-81 GHz into a new Part 95 Subpart M (among other things, replacing prior Section 15.253). While the rules in Parts 15 and 95 do not specifically define ?vehicles,? Sections 1…|