What exactly does the FCC logo (captial F, capital C, lowercase C 
inside the big C) mean on a piece of electronics?

I've got a circuit board here (not a radio, but a networking device) 
with the FCC logo on it and am wondering how to find out it's 
certification information if that's important.

Does it mean it's been certified and should be able to be found in the 
FCC equipment authorization search by it's maker's grantee code? Does it 
mean it meets fcc standards but isn't necessarily filed with the FCC?


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