Broadcom wifi drivers in F-14?
jonathan at jonmasters.org
Thu Sep 16 19:12:06 UTC 2010
On Thu, 2010-09-16 at 16:53 +0200, drago01 wrote:
> On Thu, Sep 16, 2010 at 4:49 PM, Jon Masters <jonathan at jonmasters.org> wrote:
> > On Thu, 2010-09-16 at 10:34 -0400, Fulko Hew wrote:
> >> On Thu, Sep 16, 2010 at 10:25 AM, Jon Masters
> >> <jonathan at jonmasters.org>wrote:
> >> > Well, the US law of the land says that you can't listen in on
> >> > telephone communications frequencies either. And the CFR advice and
> >> > FCC implementation is to require that designers of radio equipment
> >> > make it intentionally difficult to modify that equipment to listen
> >> > in on such frequencies.
> >> The law in Canada is/was a little different.
> > That's nice, but most of these manufacturers seem to be US based.
> Its not that simple ... they have to comply with the regulatory rules
> of the countries they ship there products in.
Yes. But (and I love Canada) the US market is huge, corporations are
registered and based here, etc. So all I was saying is that the opinion
of the FCC would naturally influence their behavior moreso that that of
regulatory bodies in other jurisdictions. If the FCC happened to say
they interpreted something one way, it would carry a lot of weight.
Anyway. This is off topic now.
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