|[AMRadio] Part 15 Devices|
w5jo at brightok.net
Sun Dec 2 16:12:03 EST 2007
Yea I have read it Bob. And given the attitude of the FCC I really
don't think they would take any action. The first answer is always,
"Move something". I sure would like the FCC to get back into
non-interference and enforcement.
>I have haerd that the new flat screen TVs are the worst offeners. The
> solution is to have the owner of the device stop using it.
> Have you tried reading Part 15?
> Bob Macklin
> Seattle, Wa,
> "Real Radios Glow in the Dark"
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Jim Wilhite" <w5jo at brightok.net>
> To: "Discussion of AM Radio in the Amateur Service"
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> Sent: Sunday, December 02, 2007 12:35 PM
> Subject: Re: [AMRadio] Part 15 Devices
>> Well guys I put snap beads around the power cord (about 6 of them as
>> recall) and still hear it on several frequencies in the 75 meter
>> It radiates as much as 50 ft. away and I don't think they should have
>> that much.
>> On top of that, the frequencies move when the state changes from off
>> on. Like all of you my house if full of these devices. My HP
>> doesn't do this, my Canon multi-purpose printer doesn't do this, none
>> the kitchen appliances do it, the DVD player doesn't and neither does
>> electronic thermostat. All of which I can take a portable receiver
>> go near and hear them on the same frequencies with the TV unplugged.
>> One leg of my 75 meter antenna is about 50 ft. away and the TV causes
>> spurs that can be heard that far away. I know it isn't the satellite
>> box and not the answering machine adjacent to it. Everything clears
>> when I unplug the TV. It is the first TV I have ever had that
>> this much.
>> > How do you know it is out of compliance? There are measured
>> > radiation
>> > limits. Every one of the new entertainment devises that has a
>> > remote
>> > controller have a microprocessor that runs all the time unless the
>> > device is
>> > unpluged. You can get radiation off the cables. unplug all the
>> > cables
>> > and
>> > see what you get.
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