Apparently not. Seehttp://www.wpc.dot.gov.in/faq.asp#3What are the license- free bands?433 MHz is not listed there.
because is a industrial standard
No -- the RF in RFID means radio frequency, ~900 MHz maximum. The infrared spectrum ranges from 1 THz (= 1,000,000 MHz) and up -- a big difference in frequency.
' GSR 564 E ' is a certification required in India for low powered RF products that uses frequency band between 865-867 MHz.
Yes, but it will be less efficient than one designed for FM.
Transmit RF frequency subtract to the Receive frequency
rf radio frequency
Commercial AM broadcast uses frequencies between 550,000 Hz to 1,700,000 Hz. Commercial FM broadcast uses frequencies between 88 MHz to 108 MHz. (million Hz)
RF = Radio Frequency
RF = "radio frequency"
800 W nominal of RF microwave energy (IEC Test procedure)Operating frequency 2450 MHz