So are we saying that it would be under 5K to get MT certified with different antennas? If thats the case why wouldnt they have done it? Seems like they would have a much bigger market if the stuff was certified. Joe
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From: "Jack Unger" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
Sent 6/10/2007 7:17:42 PM
To: "WISPA General List" <wireless@wispa.org>
Subject: Re: [WISPA] How much does FCC certification cost?

Depends on the amount of lab-time testing needed.

You can minimize test time (and cost) when you use a wireless card that
has already received a modular approval from the card manufacturer along
with a "clean" single-board computer (SBC) motherboard, a clean power
supply plus software that dis-allows operation (or excess radiation)
outside of the U.S. band. That combination costs about $3219 to certify.

I recommend certifying with a range of antennas (the entire range of
antenna types that you're likely to use).

Hit me off-line for more detailed info.

jack


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