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FCC 2.924
Revised as of October 1, 2014
Goto Year:2013 | 2015
§ 2.924   Marketing of electrically identical equipment having multiple trade
names and models or type numbers under the same FCC Identifier.

   The grantee of an equipment authorization may market devices having
   different model/type numbers or trade names without additional
   authorization from the Commission, provided that such devices are
   electrically identical and the equipment bears an FCC Identifier
   validated by a grant of equipment authorization. A device will be
   considered to be electrically identical if no changes are made to the
   device authorized by the Commission, or if the changes made to the
   device would be treated as class I permissive changes within the scope
   of § 2.1043(b)(1). Changes to the model number or trade name by anyone
   other than the grantee, or under the authorization of the grantee,
   shall be performed following the procedures in § 2.933.

   [ 62 FR 10470 , Mar. 7, 1997, as amended at  63 FR 36598 , July 7, 1998]

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