Originally Posted by JimDrew
That would be correct IF the Meshnetics module was an FCC certified device, which as of this afternoon, is not the case. Furthermore, the JETI receivers use discrete circuitry (not modules), none of which will pass either the restricted lower or upper band edge testing.
We just finished our own 2.4GHz and 900MHz modules, so I am quite familiar with everything you must do in order to comply wth the current Part 15 rules. "Modular" testing requires much more strict rules for compliancy because they can be placed into other products.
Two Meshenetic modules have FCC ID 'U6TZIGBIT-A2'
Atmel had Signed Agreement with MeshNetics to Deliver Free ZigBee
Stack the same one that you make Modification to be able to work with you new nano RX
using Atmel AT86RF230. Also Atmel have them listed in their web-site under Atmel Zigbit Modules
same as Meshenetics
web-site, but the Atmel modules do not show the Meshenetic name on them.
Well Jim hope these are not you new modules you have talked so much about because I will have a Field day with you in the Jeti telemetry thread.
Best Regards Tito