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Narrow-band radio

Narrow-band radio is a type of broadcast-based networking technology that uses a signal specific radio frequency to send and receive data. Low-powered, narrow-band implementations do not usually require FCC approval but are perforce limited to a 250-foot or so range; high-powered, narrow-band implementations do require FCC approval and licensing.

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