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NRF24L01 PA LNA Europe Legality

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Hi all,

I'm using an NRF24L01 PA LNA (http://www.elecfreaks.com/wiki/index...ith_PA_and_LNA) as my transceiver module for a project of mine that requires a good data rate over a long range (with line of sight). Today I had a quick look at the regulations for use of the 2.4 Ghz band in Europe (using the ETSI 300 440 part 1 standard) and noticed that for short range devices (SRDs) there is a maximum transmitter power limit of 10mw. Having looked at the NRF24L01 PA LNA power and seen it's rated at 20 dBm maximum (100mw), would this suggest that this module is not allowed to be used at full power in Europe?

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