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FCC 95.1215
Revised as of October 1, 2011
Goto Year:2010 | 2012
  §  95.1215   Disclosure policies.

   Manufacturers of MedRadio transmitters must include with each
   transmitting device the following statement:

   "This transmitter is authorized by rule under the Medical Device
   Radiocommunication Service (in part 95 of the FCC Rules) and must not
   cause harmful interference to stations operating in the 400.150-406.000
   MHz band in the Meteorological Aids (i.e., transmitters and receivers
   used to communicate weather data), the Meteorological Satellite, or the
   Earth Exploration Satellite Services and must accept interference that
   may be caused by such stations, including interference that may cause
   undesired operation. This transmitter shall be used only in accordance
   with the FCC Rules governing the Medical Device Radiocommunication
   Service. Analog and digital voice communications are prohibited.
   Although this transmitter has been approved by the Federal
   Communications Commission, there is no guarantee that it will not
   receive interference or that any particular transmission from this
   transmitter will be free from interference."

Goto Section: 95.1213 | 95.1217

Goto Year: 2010 | 2012
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