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FCC Rules and Regulations (2.4 and 5 GHz)

FCC 2.4 GHz BAND RULES (POINT-TO-MULTIPOINT)

Maximum = +36dBm (4watts)

Maximum Power from Intentional Radiator *1

Maximum Antenna Gain (dBi)

EIRP (dBm)

EIRP (watts)

30dBm or 1 watt

6

36

4

27dBm or 500mW

9

36

4

24dBm or 250mW

12

36

4

21dBm or 125mW

15

36

4

18dBm or 63mW

18

36

4

15dBm or 32mW

21

36

4

12dBm or 16mW

24

36

4

 *1 The FCC terminology of Intentional Radiator is the transmitter power of the wireless equipment, such as a wireless access point, router or bridge.

FCC 2.4 GHz BAND RULES (POINT-TO-POINT)

Maximum = See FCC Special Rule *2

Maximum Power from Intentional Radiator *1

Maximum Antenna Gain (dBi)

EIRP (dBm) *3

EIRP (watts) *3

30dBm or 1 watt

6

36

4

29dBm or 800mW

9

38

6.3

28dBm or 630mW

12

40

10

27dBm or 500mW

15

42

16

26dBm or 400mW

18

44

25

25dBm or 316mW

21

46

39.8

24dBm or 250mW

24

48

63

23dBm or 200mW

27

50

100

22dBm or 160mW

30

52

158

*1 The FCC terminology of Intentional Radiator is the transmitter power of the wireless equipment, such as a wireless access point, router or bridge.

*2 The FCC ruling states that for every 1dBi the Intentional Radiator is reduced below the initial 30dBm that the antenna gain may be increased from the initial 6dBi by 3dB.

*3 Equivalent Isotropically Radiated Power (EIRP) is terminology for the total RF power radiated by the antenna.

FCC 5 GHz BANDS AND RULES

 

BAND

Frequency (GHz)

Channels

Permitted Use Location

Point-to-Point Max. Intentional Radiator Power *1

Point-to-Point Maximum EIRP *2

Point-to-MultiPoint Intentional Radiator Power *1

Point-to-MultiPoint Maximum EIRP *2

UNII

(Low)

5.15-5.25

36, 40, 44, 48

Indoor Only

40mW 16dBm

160mw 22dBm

40mW 16dBm *4

160mW 22dBm

UNII-2 (Middle)

5.25-5.35

52, 56, 60, 64

Indoor or Outdoor

200mW 23dBm

800mW 29dBm

200mW 23dBm *4

800mW 29dBm

UNII-2 Extended

5.470-5.725

100, 104, 108, 112, 116, 120, 124, 128, 132, 136, 140

Indoor or Outdoor

200mW 23dBm

800mW 29dBm

200mW 23dBm *4

800mW 29dBm

UNII-3 (Upper)

5.725-5.825

149 to 161

Typical Outdoor

Antenna to 23dBi *3

200 watts

800mW 29dBm *4

3200mW 35dBm

*1 The FCC terminology of Intentional Radiator is the transmitter power of the wireless equipment, such as a wireless access point, router or bridge.

*2 Equivalent Isotropically Radiated Power (EIRP) is terminology for the total RF power radiated by the antenna.

*3 Fixed point-to-point in the UNII-3 band may utilize directional antennas up to 23dBi gain without any corresponding reduction of the Intentional Radiator's RF output power. If antennas higher than 23dBi gain are utilized, a reduction of 1 dB is required for every 1 dB increase in the antenna gain above 23dBi.

*4 The FCC point to multipoint rule is the maximum power from the intentional radiator + maximum antenna gain of 6 dBi. For every 1 dB gain over 6 dB the power of the intentional radiator must be reduced by 1 dB.

*5 FCC Part 15.407 defines the power limits. For example, in the 5.15-5.25 GHz band the maximum conducted output power over the frequency band of operation shall not exceed the lesser of 50 mW or 4 dBm + 10 log B, where B is the 26-dB emission bandwidth in MHz. In addition, the peak power spectral density shall not exceed 4 dBm in any 1-MHz band. We have shown the lesser amount of 40mW as the IEEE documents have done. We have applied the same concept to the other bands.

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