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chaitanya
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Hello all,

I didn't read the individual schematics, but the key here is "the maximum RF output power".  The FCC states that anything that transmitts RF over 500mW output power must be approved, for private or public use, regardless of frequency.  (I can find my FCC-Part 95- rules and regs manual if necessary). 

Personally, if you build ANYTHING that doesn't bother anyone else, except within the confines of your property, it SHOULD be ok to use.  The FCC just wants that inspection and approval fee.

An old Ham radio operator,
oldgrandpainmi



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http://www.hpa.org.uk/radiation/understand/information_sheets/mobile_telephony/background_info.htm

"The mobile phone networks in the UK use frequencies close to 900 MHz, 1800 MHz and 2000 MHz, where the unit MHz (megahertz) is a million cycles per second"

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