[MLB-WIRELESS] OT: RF emissions of Grandstream Budgetone 102 VoIP phones.
phil at soundguy.id.au
Wed Dec 1 11:03:30 EST 2004
The phone does have a sticcker on the bottom
Here is what it says:
Tested to comply with FCC standards
For home or office use
With a FCC and CE logo.
Jason Hecker said the following on 1/12/2004 10:36 AM:
> What is the make and model of the VoIP device? Does it have a C-Tick
> with Nxxxx designation or CE label? How about an FCC EMC compliance
> or equivalent Canadian compliance statement? That's really piss poor
> if it spams your radio like that. As you can imagine, the cat5 is
> coupling noise from within the device and acting like a honking great
> antenna. It could be harmonics of parts inside the device or harmonics
> from the ethernet signalling. Is the noise always there or only when
> ethernet data is transmitted?
> Jason Hecker
> Steven Haigh wrote:
>> Hi guys,
>> As some of you know, I've got myself a VoIP phone, however I'm trying to
>> find out if other peoples models emit a lot of RF noise in the 100 ->
>> 160Mhz range...
>> I have a good receiver on an external discone antenna, and whenever I
>> the cat5 into the VoIP phone, the receiver is flooded with noise. It's
>> enough to completely block out my reception of Essendon airport from my
>> Anyone else able to check their phone?
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