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 Post subject: FCC Form 312 help
Posted: Wed Mar 25, 2009 9:47 am 
 
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I have been tasked with completing the FCC licenses for my company, the previous person that did this left without leaving any information. I've run into a little snag with form 312 Exhibit B7F, Maximum EIRP per carrier. I can't seem to find any equations on how to compute this number and I'm running out of time. Any help would be appreciated.
Just some info:
6.1M antenna with a Tx gain of 56.5 dBi at 14.00 GHz
Total input power: 162 W
Total EIRP for all carriers: 78.6 dBW
Emission designator for this carrier: 36M0G7W




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