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Re: [RFI] Weather Station on 433.92?

To: rfi@contesting.com
Subject: Re: [RFI] Weather Station on 433.92?
From: "Cortland Richmond" <ka5s@earthlink.net>
Reply-to: ka5s@earthlink.net
Date: Sun, 8 Apr 2007 20:35:04 -0400
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That falls under Part 15.   15.209 says 200 microvolts per meter at 3
meters, so it's pretty loud.    A Part 15 user is responsible for stopping
interference to a licensed one, of course.  That's no help if you're both
of 'em!


> [Original Message]
> From: <digital-conjurers@adelphia.net>
> To: <rfi@contesting.com>
> Date: 2/3/2007 9:20:59 PM
> Subject: [RFI] Weather Station on 433.92?
> Maybe some can enlighten me on this one:
> Just set up a LaCrosse/Discovery Store weather Station (Model FX 5000)
> has a remote temp/humidity sensor that uses a signal on 433.92 Mhz to
> info to the base station.
> Is there something in part 97 that I'm missing that allows this sort of 
> operation of a consumer device inside our ham bands? [According to the 
> national "suggested band plan", this falls right into the 
> "Auxiliary/Repeater Links" section.]
> Lin/KJ6E

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