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Are BT Qualified End Products tested against EN 300 328-1 as part of their BT qualification?
We have a product that incorporates a BT serial module that has a BT EPL and is based on the LMX9830 which is a BT Qualified End Product.
I understand that to be a qualified end product, the module has to have passed various RF tests and those tests cover the RF regulatory requirements of the FCC and EU.
So when the CE DoC is created, is it OK to say that the BT module has been tested to EN 300 328-1 because it is a qualified BT end product and simply cite the LMX9830's QDID? Furthermore, can Nat Semi (now TI) provide documentary evidence of the testing having been done?
I have spent hours trawling the net trying to find an answer to this!
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