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I ran across some additional information related to this topic this morning and thought I would share. This confirms the previous article (and information that has come from the ARRL). What are your thoughts?
Amateur Radio Service, Part 97:
Amateur Service Emission requirements.
From a post that Harold made elsewhere:
Her’s the FCC equipment authorization requirement for unintentional
Here’s a list of exempt equipment:
There’s also an exemption for devices built by a user for personal use:
All of part 15 is at http://www.hallikainen.com/FccRules/2015/15/ .
I would like to do a club meeting program where we test spurious emissions on people’s HT’s. I think it would be a lot of fun and everyone can learn a few things. I’m working on the details for that.
You can find the procedures for a spectral purity test here:
Thanks for all of the info John. I now have some reading to do…
That’s an awesome idea Cameron! I’m looking forward to that!
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