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This may not be new to many of you, but, I just ran across this for the first time. I was searching for an emissions designator I wasn't familiar with (13K2F3E). A Google search listed an F.C.C. service that automatically searches for, and decodes whatever designator you may be looking up.
Go to fccid.io/Emission-Designator, make sure you capitalize the E and the D in emissions designator, otherwise you end up in I.D. search which doesn't apply. There will be a search bar, and a button next to it that says "decode", it appears to work great. Hope this helps someone. Take care.
 

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This may not be new to many of you, but, I just ran across this for the first time. I was searching for an emissions designator I wasn't familiar with (13K2F3E). A Google search listed an F.C.C. service that automatically searches for, and decodes whatever designator you may be looking up.
Go to fccid.io/Emission-Designator, make sure you capitalize the E and the D in emissions designator, otherwise you end up in I.D. search which doesn't apply. There will be a search bar, and a button next to it that says "decode", it appears to work great. Hope this helps someone. Take care.
Just a slight correction to your link, the word "Emission" in the link you posted should have an "s" on the end.... As in "Emissions":

https://fccid.io/Emissions-Designator/

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I added a link to it on our wiki article Emission Designator - The RadioReference Wiki
BTW fccid.io is a private web site, not FCC or govenrment operated.
 
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