The Vinduino LoRaLAN & LoRaWAN agricultural sensor station passed FCC compliance testing for the USA and IC compliance testing for Canada today!
In the United States, the FCC is responsible for managing use of the radio spectrum. Any electronic device has the potential to cause radio interference, and the FCC has rules regarding which devices must meet specifications to be legally sold and used in the United States.
The Vinduino sensor station uses a license-free frequency band (915 MHz ISM band) to transmit and receive data, and uses FCC certified radio modules for that purpose. In addition to using certified radio modules, the unit was successfully tested for compliance with unintentional radiated emissions requirements.