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What is EN 300 220-2:2018 ?

EN 300 220-1 (2018) is a European Telecommunications Standards Institute (ETSI) technical standard that outlines the requirements for short-range devices (SRDs) operating in the frequency range of 25 MHz to 1 GHz. It aims to provide efficient and interference-free communication for these devices.

The scope of EN 300 220-1 (2018) covers various aspects related to SRDs, including frequency bands, power output limits, modulation types, spurious emissions, and receiver characteristics. Additionally, it provides specific requirements for different types of SRDs, such as radio remote control systems, alarm systems, and telemetry systems.

EN 300 220-1 (2018)'s benefits include improved safety, better interference control, and increased flexibility in designing and implementing short-range devices. It also promotes interoperability between different manufacturers of SRDs, enabling them to use the same components while meeting their respective requirements.

In the context of the growing use of IoT devices and the increasing demand for efficient and secure communication, EN 300 220-1 (2018)'s standard is gaining significant importance. It ensures that IoT devices can communicate with each other and with other devices without interfering with their operation or posing a security risk.

In conclusion, EN 300 220-1 (2018) is an essential technical standard that defines the requirements for SRDs operating in the frequency range of 25 MHz to 1 GHz. It provides a framework for manufacturers to design and implement efficient, interference-free devices that can seamlessly integrate into a diverse range of IoT applications.

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