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This section discusses some of the important regulations created by the organizations and agencies discussed in the previous section These regulations define in detail how RF can be used and for what purposes
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RFID devices operating at UHF frequencies are allowed for operation in the Industrial, Scientific, and Medical (ISM) bands under conditions defined in FCC Part 15 rules, Section 15247 Section 15247 defines operation within the bands 902 928 MHz, 24000 24835 MHz, and 5725 5850 MHz The 902 928 MHz band offers optimum range of operation and is usually preferred for supply chain applications Part 15 compliant RFID systems typically use a frequency-hopping spread spectrum modulation technique to benefit from maximum reader transmitted power allowances Part 15 compliant UHF readers can operate at a maximum transmitted power of 1 watt, or up to 4 watts with a directional antenna, if they hop across a minimum of 50 channels For more details, you can download Part 15 rules from the FCC Web site FCC Section 15247 has nine different paragraphs that provide specifications for using RF devices, as shown in Table 10-3 FCC Section 15247(b) deals with regulations for frequency hopping within 902 928 MHz:
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If the 20 dB bandwidth of the hopping channel is less than 250 kHz, the system shall use at least 50 hopping frequencies and the average time of occupancy on any frequency shall not be greater than 04 seconds within a 20-second period If the 20 dB bandwidth of the hopping channel is 250 kHz or greater, the system shall use at least 25 hopping frequencies and the average time of occupancy on any frequency shall not be greater than 04 seconds within a 10-second period The maximum allowed 20 dB bandwidth of the hopping channel is 500 kHz
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Compliances for frequency hopping for conventional and digitally modulated intentional radiators Maximum peak conducted output power of intentional radiators Operations with directional antenna gains greater than 6 dBi Limits on RF power emitted outside the frequency band Power spectral density of digitally modulated systems Hybrid systems Frequency hopping spread spectrum and channel hopping Incorporation of intelligence within a frequency hopping spread spectrum Limits of exposure to radio frequency energy levels
CHAPTER 10 Standards and Regulations
FCC Section 15247(b) deals with maximum peak conducted output power of intentional radiators:
The conducted output power limit for various frequency bands is based on the use of antennas with directional gains that do not exceed 6 dBi If transmitting antennas of directional gain greater than 6 dBi are used (see Section 15247(c)), the conducted output power from the intentional radiator shall be reduced below the stated values, as appropriate, by the amount in dB that the directional gain of the antenna exceeds 6 dBi For systems using digital modulation in the 902 928 MHz, 24000 24835 MHz, and 5725 5850 MHz bands, the maximum peak conducted output power of intentional radiators is 1 watt As an alternative to a peak power measurement, compliance with the 1 watt limit can be based on a measurement of the maximum conducted output power
ETSI EN 300-220
This standard applies to SRD radio transmitters and receivers It covers transmitters in the range from 25 to 1000 MHz and with power levels ranging up to 500 mW, and receivers in the range from 25 to 1000 MHz It defines the technical characteristics for radio equipment It defines product family information that may be completely or partially superseded by specific standards covering specific applications It applies to a RF output connection and/or an integral antenna and to alarms, identification, telecommands, and telemetry applications When selecting parameters for new SRDs, which may have inherent safety of human life implications, providers and users should pay particular attention to the potential for interference from other systems operating in the same or adjacent bands It covers fixed stations, mobile stations, and portable stations, and requirements are provided for the different frequency bands, channel separations, modulations, and other parameters Some of the parameters defined are frequency range 8694 to 86965 MHz, bandwidth 025 MHz, maximum allowable power 05 watts ERP, one channel, and 10 percent duty cycle National restrictions may apply to the regulation
ETSI EN 302-208
The key features of ETSI regulation EN 302-208 are as follows:
Shared operation in band 865 868 MHz at transmit powers up to 2 watts effective radiated power (ERP) Mandatory listen before talk function Operation in sub-bands of 200 kHz
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