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Communication Devices - Easily find Information Manuals and mare

The device should have a sticker from the FCC (Federal Communications Commission) Find the sticker and write down the code that is listed on the FCC sticker. Go to the FCC website (https://www.fcc.gov/search) and enter the code. (For example: FCC ID: A3LSGHT399 entered and found information on a Samsung Galaxy Light phone.) You will find a lot of documents related to the product and among those documents you should find some really good information as well as the manual for the device. You do not have to search ridiculous manufacturer sites or pay for manuals. And you will find some interesting things about the true manufacturers of products. Give it a try and let me know what cool things you learn there.

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hi. i can`t find msi n1996 motherboard`s driver how you can help me?

The N1996 designation is an FCC identifier code (Federal Communications Commission)


It does not identify the motherboard. The Model Number on the motherboard does.

Suggest you use an automatic driver download. There are many websites that offer this.


Aug 20, 2011 | Intel Motherboard

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qc passed

QC means Quality Control...

QC PASS means that the device or electronic component you are using passed the standards they set to distribute to the consumer or the end user....like your mouse for instance....its parts & its function are on the set standards...usually its a FCC standards...

what is FCC?

Federal Communications Commission (FCC)

Feb 28, 2011 | Computers & Internet

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how do i tune and peak a cobra 29 ltd classic

Only a qualified technical person is allowed to do so per FCC, (Federal Communications Commission). That means what it says. If you are not one, then you cannot do this procedure....hope this helps....

Mar 12, 2010 | Cobra 29 LTD CB Radio

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DVD recorder with NTSC tuner

Hey Whormd,

If neither your DVD recorder nor your TV has a digital (ATSC) tuner, they will not be able to directly receive over-the-air broadcasts after the DTV conversion is completed without the assistance of a set-top converter box. Please keep in mind that the official analog broadcasting cut-off date does vary by country. In the U.S. this date is February 17th, 2009, and that Canadian TV stations have until August 31st 2011 to make the transition.

Please also note that you will need one converter box for each device with an analog tuner, in order to watch one program while recording another. One converter box would need to be connected to the DVR, while the second converter box would need to be connected to the TV itself.

For more information, I would strongly suggest checking out the FAQ sections of the official DTV websites established by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) and the Canadian Radio/Television Telecommunications Commission (CRTC):

http://www.dtv.gov/index.html (FCC)
http://www.crtc.gc.ca/ (CRTC)

Hope this helps you out.

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Jun 10, 2008 | Pioneer DVR225 DVD Recorder

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