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RF Exposure Analysis is needed for FCC compliance.  This is often done by the manufacturer when they get modular approval, by doing a worst-case analysis that can be used by anyone using the module.  Does Broadcom provide RF Exposure Analysis for BCM20737S? (or 736S, ...)  Could you please point me to a copy?

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We have had customers ask about this in the past.

For FCC, Specific Absorption Rate (SAR) is not required with transmit output below 9.4dBm.

For IC, SAR is not required for transmit output below 6dBm.

So for the BCM20737S and the family of devices, SAR is not required for certification.

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We have had customers ask about this in the past.

For FCC, Specific Absorption Rate (SAR) is not required with transmit output below 9.4dBm.

For IC, SAR is not required for transmit output below 6dBm.

So for the BCM20737S and the family of devices, SAR is not required for certification.

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I thought you might be interested in a webinar we are hosting on May 3rd that covers Regulatory Testing topics specific to Broadcom BT/Wi-Fi based modules...

Webinar on May 3rd: Regulatory Testing topics specific to Broadcom BT/Wi-Fi based modules...

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