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'FCC requirements?'
1997\03\27@113407 by Robert Zeff

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Hi,
Can someone tell me what FCC requirements apply to
devices with oscillators? (I.E. switching power
supplies, PICs) Is there a web page somewhere
the specifies them?

Thanks!
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1997\03\27@121603 by Harold Hallikainen

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On Thu, 27 Mar 1997 08:32:24 -0800 Robert Zeff <.....rzeffKILLspamspam@spam@AINET.COM> writes:
>Hi,
>Can someone tell me what FCC requirements apply to
>devices with oscillators? (I.E. switching power
>supplies, PICs) Is there a web page somewhere
>the specifies them?
>


       These requirements are covered in part 15 of the FCC rules
(47CFR15).  Although not totally current, you can get a good idea of the
requirements by going to http://law.house.gov/cfr.htm   and putting
'unintentional radiators' (with the quotes) in the search field.


Harold

1997\03\27@135301 by Site Y

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>Can someone tell me what FCC requirements apply to
>devices with oscillators?

 CFR (Code of Federal Regulations) 47 Part 15 available from the GPO
(Government Printing Office)  @ 202 512 1800.   Part 15 is contained in
the first volume of CFR 47 which covers parts 0-19.  Larger and/or better
libraries usually have a copy in the reference section.  I don't know if
it is posted anywhere on-line...

Happy reading,
Marv

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