I am developing a wireless earbud application for educational use. Assuming I use PurePath, what will I need to do regarding the FCC? Any ideas what it might cost? Better yet, are there any companies producing off the shelf wireless earbuds using PurePath? Thank You
If you do not what to do FCC certifiaction yourself, I would suggest to use Anaren's modules as they are pre-certified:
Great. Thanks for the prompt info. I'm looking at the Anaren product now. Question #2 (of many to come), do you have an anticipated life on this product?
We (TI) do not obsolete parts customers is still buying, if thet was the question :-)
Thank you; that answers my question.
I have contacted Anaren; was pleased by their response; have ordered your Headset Dev kit from Mouser.
Next question: Any ideas how expensive SAR testing might be for the Anaren module?
No no idea but is it really nessesary?
Thanks for your patience. The following statement is on page 12 of the Anaren A8520E24A91 User’s Manual:
"If the A8520E24A91 module is used in a portable application (antenna is less than 20 cm from persons during operation), the integrator/OEM is responsible for performing Specific Absorption Rate (SAR) testing in accordance with FCC rules 2.1093."
I realize it is their info, not TI's, but just thought you might have some ideas.
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