Any device that operates on the 902-to-928–MHz band and uses digital transmission technologies must meet Industry Canada standard CNR-210, so it must be designed to neither cause nor suffer from interference.
Some older devices, however, use the older analogue technology, which is being phased out. Although they are compliant with the standard, they may, in rare circumstances, suffer from interference caused by other devices operating in the same frequency band.
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Health Canada periodically reviews its standards to keep in line with changes in the analysis of scientific knowledge. A public ...