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January 08, 2005



I don't think the FCC spokesman is taknig it one step further, that's always what the law has been. Anytime someone purchases a Part 15 device, they essentially become an FCC licensee. Most folks just don't know it. A lot of the early wireless ISPs thought they could do anything in the 2.4 Ghz band until the requirements of Part 15 became widely known in the industry. BPL vendors and system operators operating under Part 15 thought the same as well.

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