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Re: [Discuss-gnuradio] Using USRP/GNURADIO Commercially

From: Michael Dickens
Subject: Re: [Discuss-gnuradio] Using USRP/GNURADIO Commercially
Date: Sun, 20 Jul 2008 12:58:28 -0400

As others have already said, but just to emphasize the point yet again, you really need to talk with a lawyer / firm qualified to understand your business' (potential or real) issues. IANAL and TINLA!

To get more specific: Are you planning on using the USRP for wireless (RF) applications? That's a whole other issue above and beyond making sure you abide by the software licenses (which Eric & others have covered well). Using a USRP as a "test, measurement, and evaluation" (TME) device for RF transmissions is in general "not illegal" so long as FCC conditions are met (e.g. Part 15 and other Parts).

BUT: The issues become more complicated for commercial (non-TME, end- user) products. That's where consulting a knowledgeable lawyer / firm would be your wisest course of action.

Again, IANAL, TINLA ... but ... if you want to discuss further, I am happy to do so !off list! . - MLD

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