FCC 15.111 Revised as of October 1, 2014
Goto Year:2013 |
§ 15.111 Antenna power conduction limits for receivers.
(a) In addition to the radiated emission limits, receivers that operate
(tune) in the frequency range 30 to 960 MHz and CB receivers that
provide terminals for the connection of an external receiving antenna
may be tested to demonstrate compliance with the provisions of § 15.109
with the antenna terminals shielded and terminated with a resistive
termination equal to the impedance specified for the antenna, provided
these receivers also comply with the following: With the receiver
antenna terminal connected to a resistive termination equal to the
impedance specified or employed for the antenna, the power at the
antenna terminal at any frequency within the range of measurements
specified in § 15.33 shall not exceed 2.0 nanowatts.
(b) CB receivers and receivers that operate (tune) in the frequency
range 30 to 960 MHz that are provided only with a permanently attached
antenna shall comply with the radiated emission limitations in this
part, as measured with the antenna attached.
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