Goto Section: 24.50 | 24.52 | Table of Contents

FCC 24.51
Revised as of April 2, 2020
Goto Year:2019 | 2021
  § 24.51   Equipment authorization.

   Link to an amendment published at  85 FR 18150 , Apr. 1, 2020.

   (a) Each transmitter utilized for operation under this part and each
   transmitter marketed, as set forth in § 2.803 of this chapter, must be
   of a type that has been authorized by the Commission under its
   certification procedure for use under this part.

   (b) Any manufacturer of radio transmitting equipment to be used in
   these services may request equipment authorization following the
   procedures set forth in subpart J of part 2 of this chapter. Equipment
   authorization for an individual transmitter may be requested by an
   applicant for a station authorization by following the procedures set
   forth in part 2 of this chapter.

   (c) Applicants for certification of transmitters that operate in these
   services must determine that the equipment complies with IEEE
   C95.1-1991, “IEEE Standards for Safety Levels with Respect to Human
   Exposure to Radio Frequency Electromagnetic Fields, 3 kHz to 300 GHz”
   as measured using methods specified in IEEE C95.3-1991, “Recommended
   Practice for the Measurement of Potentially Hazardous Electromagnetic
   Fields—RF and Microwave.” The applicant for certification is required
   to submit a statement affirming that the equipment complies with these
   standards as measured by an approved method and to maintain a record
   showing the basis for the statement of compliance with IEEE
   C.95.1-1991.

   [ 58 FR 59183 , Nov. 8, 1993. Redesignated at  59 FR 18499 , Apr. 19, 1994,
   as amended at  63 FR 36604 , July 7, 1998]

   return arrow Back to Top


Goto Section: 24.50 | 24.52

Goto Year: 2019 | 2021
CiteFind - See documents on FCC website that cite this rule

Want to support this service?
Thanks!

Report errors in this rule. Since these rules are converted to HTML by machine, it's possible errors have been made. Please help us improve these rules by clicking the Report FCC Rule Errors link to report an error.
hallikainen.com
Helping make public information public