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September 9, 2015
Tutorial - The FCC and Open Source Hardware
about 4 years ago
based on this article, in particular to the Development kit question&answer :
Are “development tools” exempt from the rules?
No. There are no exemptions in the rules which specifically apply to development tools. Furthermore, devices which can be purchased by the general public must adhere to the more rigid “Class B” emissions limits, rather than the more relaxed “Class A” industrial limits.
I would like to understand how the "ATmega128RFA1 Development Board " "DEV-11197" from Sparkfun fit with the FCC rules.
It contains a wireless trasmitter, not believe it has a FCC certification
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