Re: Cell Phone Extenders?

Looks like these ARE legal! Go to

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and > use PZO (letter O) for the Grantee Code. Lots of information comes up.

They are legal as Part 22, Part 24, or Part 90 licensed transmitters, not as Part 15 unlicensed low-power devices. All you need to do is buy a cellular, PCS, or SMR license and you're good to go. That's not what they are portrayed as to the consumer, however. The manuals for these devices claim they are Part 15 compliant. No way.

Michael D. Sullivan Bethesda, MD (USA) (Replace "example.invalid" with "com" in my address.)

[TELECOM Digest Editor's Note: But if you buy a cell phone and obtain service from some carrier, aren't you granted a license (on the carrier's master license) to use the phone as a transmitter? PAT]
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