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WorldCast LPFM Transmitters Receive FCC Certification

Its 100- and 300-watt models are suitable for LPFM use

A silver and blue FM transmitter with a logo stating "FCC certified" on the photoWorldCast Systems said its Ecreso FM AiO Series 100W and 300W transmitters have received FCC certification for use in the United States for low-power FM broadcasting.

This is an update to a story we told you about earlier after consultant REC Networks flagged that the certification had not yet been issued. Christophe Poulain, president of WorldCast Systems, said that the process had taken longer than anticipated.

WorldCast now has announced that FCC ID (O35-AIO0300W) has been granted to its 100- and 300-watt models for LPFM use.

“The FCC certification process for LPFM transmitters involves extensive testing to ensure compliance with stringent regulatory standards and thorough evaluations of their adherence to specific technical requirements,” it said in a release.

“The certification ensures that the transmitters operate without causing interference and meet all necessary safety standards. After completing this rigorous process.”

Poulain said, “We have been serving the LPFM market in the U.S. for many years already, as our previous generation of low-power Ecreso FM transmitters were also certified.”

The Ecreso FM AiO Series is a digital FM transmitter family for analog FM broadcasting. Features include an RDS encoder, audio/MPX over IP decoder, five-band  processor, web streaming and SmartFM. It is available in higher power levels as well.

[Learn about the next generation of LPFM stations in the latest Radio World ebook.]

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