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There have been many twists in part 15. There even is Fudge Factor. I read in FCC rules that if it says on the container of the tx its certified part 15 its legal as long as you use stock antenna and the TX itself has FCC ID# on it. Now if someone running that tx gets a NOUO they have a case so long as you keep the box and all manuals. But it is why I want 500mW or 1 Watt written on paper as legal to the final but it may be a bTtle. But the FCC has CERTIFIED a 500mW tx for 88.1- 107.9Mhz. I know 250uV/m @ 3 meters. Why certify something than give a NOUO? Well most consumers you may as well speak.Sanskrit Hindu language. I say its done so they can change their mind on a dime.