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Title 47Chapter ISubchapter DPart 95Subpart I → §95.2567


Title 47: Telecommunication
PART 95—PERSONAL RADIO SERVICES
Subpart I—Medical Device Radio Communications Service


§95.2567   MedRadio radiated power limits.

Each MedRadio transmitter type must be designed such that the MedRadio equivalent isotropically radiated power (M-EIRP) does not exceed the limits in this section. Compliance with these limits must be determined as set forth in §95.2569.

(a) Transmitters subject to frequency monitoring—401-406 MHz. For MedRadio transmitters that are not excepted under §95.2559(b) from the frequency monitoring requirements of §95.2559(a):

(1) The M-EIRP within any 300 kHz bandwidth within the 402-405 MHz band must not exceed 25 microwatts.

(2) The M-EIRP within any 100 kHz bandwidth within the 401-402 MHz or 405-406 MHz bands must not exceed 25 microwatts.

(b) Transmitters excepted from frequency monitoring—401-402 MHz and 405-406 MHz. For MedRadio transmitters that are excepted under §95.2559(b)(2) or (3) from the frequency monitoring requirements of §95.2559(a):

(1) The M-EIRP of any transmitter operating in the 401-401.85 MHz or 405-406 MHz bands must not exceed 250 nanowatts in any 100 kHz bandwidth.

(2) The M-EIRP of any transmitter operating in the 401.85-402 MHz band must not exceed 25 microwatts in any 150 kHz bandwidth.

(c) Transmitters excepted from frequency monitoring—403.65 MHz. For MedRadio transmitters that are excepted under §95.2559(b)(4) from the frequency monitoring requirements of §95.2559(a), the M-EIRP must not exceed 100 nanowatts in the 300 kHz bandwidth centered at 403.65 MHz.

(d) Transmitters—other frequency bands. For MedRadio transmitters operating in the 413-419 MHz, 426-432 MHz, 438-444 MHz, or 451-457 MHz bands:

(1) The peak M-EIRP over the frequency bands of operation must not exceed the lesser of zero dBm (1 mW) or 10 log (B)−7.782 dBm, where B is the MedRadio 20 dB emission bandwidth in megahertz.

(2) The peak power spectral density must not exceed 800 microwatts per megahertz in any one megahertz band.

(e) Transmitters—2360-2390 MHz band. For MedRadio transmitters operating in the 2360-2390 MHz band, the M-EIRP over the bands of operation must not exceed the lesser of zero dBm (1 mW) or 10 log (B) dBm, where B is the MedRadio 20 dB emission bandwidth in megahertz.

(f) Transmitters—2390-2400 MHz band. For MedRadio transmitters operating in the 2390-2400 MHz band, the M-EIRP over the bands of operation must not exceed the lesser of 13 dBm (20 mW) or 16 + 10 log (B) dBm, where B is the MedRadio 20 dB emission bandwidth in megahertz.

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