FCC Seeks Comment on Request For Signal Booster Labeling Waiver

The FCC released a Public Notice seeking comment on Kathrein Automotive GmbH & Co. KG’s (“Kathrein’s”) request for a waiver of Section 20.21.  Specifically, Kathrein seeks a waiver of the Consumer Signal Booster anti-oscillation and labeling requirements to permit the equipment certification of an in-vehicle, pre-installed Wideband Consumer Signal Booster.

In the event that the Commission does not approve the waiver, Kathrein requests that the Commission find that the Kathrein signal booster has met the requirements of Section 20.21(e) by providing ‘equivalent protections’ to the Network Protection Standard.

The waiver request may be viewed here.

Comments are due by August 10, 2015.
Reply Comments are due by August 20, 2015.

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