The wireless unlicensed frequency bands—especially the industrial, scientific, medical (ISM) bands—are the most appropriate for many new applications and products. They are part of the frequency spectrum that can be used without a license. However, products developed in these bands still are required to be compliant with rules defined by the country's regulatory bodies before being deployed in the field. This article focuses on the technical design requirements and mandates for the US region.
About the Author
Iboun Sylla is currently managing business development for low-power RF products for Texas Instruments. Iboun brings to this role his extensive experience as a Senior RF Design Engineer. Iboun received his Bachelor's Degree in Telecommunications Engineering from ESPT (Tunis-Tunisia), and his Master's and Ph.D. Degrees in Electrical Engineering from Ecole Polytechnique de Montreal, Canada. Iboun also holds a Master's Degree in Business Administration from the University of Texas at Dallas, with focus on Corporate Finances and Strategic Leadership.
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