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FCC Denies ARRL Petition to Deny ReconRobotics Licenses, but Limits Devices

from The ARRL Letter on November 15, 2012
Website: http://www.arrl.org/
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FCC Denies ARRL Petition to Deny ReconRobotics Licenses, but Limits Devices to 100 kHz Bandwidth:

On November 14, the FCC issued an Order on Reconsideration dismissing a March 2010 Petition for Reconsideration filed by the ARRL that asked the Commission to deny pending Public Safety Pool license applications associated with the ReconRobotics Video and Audio Surveillance System; however, in doing so, the FCC made it clear that the devices may not exceed 100 kHz of bandwidth. The Recon Scout -- manufactured by ReconRobotics -- is a remote-controlled, maneuverable surveillance robot that transmits real-time video surveillance data that operates by FCC waiver in the 70 centimeter band. Read more here http://www.arrl.org/news/fcc-denies-arrl-em-petition-em-to-deny-reconrobotics-licenses-but-limits-devices-to-100-khz-bandwidt.

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