Clive Lorton wrote:
> Sid Boyce wrote:
>> I shall do my bit, but you have to be cynical over here as what the
>> industry wants, the industry gets. So if there is a chance for the power
>> and associated companies to make money, we stand as much chance of
>> stopping it happening as saving a person from a falling building with
>> wet paper towels.
>> Shamocracy rules!
>> 73 ... Sid.
> There was another similar petition see for Number 10's responce.
> I'll make no comment on it. Just judge for your self.
> 73 Clive G8POC
Thanks for the pointer - I'm not aware of any manufacturer or importer
being subjected to the kind of EMC scrutiny as has long been established
by Deutche PTT e.g. As a matter of fact where UK entities asked for EMC
specs, we always supplied the document produced by Deutche PTT testers
who certified our products at source before they were allowed into Germany.
When I first started using a BBC Micro in its UK plastic livery for
RTTY, the noise generated was incredible and I had to had to coat the
inside of the case with aluminium foil and graphite to quieten it to a
reasonable level + some ferrites on cables.
My local supplier then opened up a BBC Micro built for the German
market, it was as if it was made to be bomb proof and many times heavier
than our specimens.
Even with PC's in metal cases, I found my Spectrum Analyser module is
useless for other than connecting directly to a TX output via a switched
73 ... Sid.
Sid Boyce ... Hamradio License G3VBV, Licensed Private Pilot
Emeritus IBM/Amdahl Mainframes and Sun/Fujitsu Servers Tech Support
Specialist, Cricket Coach
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