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'[EE]: Way OT: 1.5GHz Pentium + GPS = ?'
2001\03\24@110935 by Peter L. Peres

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Just out of curiosity has anybody on this list something to say about
using a GPS receiver and a 1.5GHz Pentium near each other (e.g. within 1-3
meters) ? In view of the apalling RFI record of PCs I would expect some
form of interference.

Peter

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2001\03\24@113247 by Chris Carr

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Peter L Peres wrote:

> Just out of curiosity has anybody on this list something to say about
> using a GPS receiver and a 1.5GHz Pentium near each other (e.g. within 1-3
> meters) ? In view of the apalling RFI record of PCs I would expect some
> form of interference.
>
In Europe we have the CE mark which when placed on equipment protects us
against such interference. ;-)

Regards
Chris

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2001\03\24@123226 by M. Adam Davis

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Chris Carr wrote:
> In Europe we have the CE mark which when placed on equipment protects us
> against such interference. ;-)

It was actually quite an unexpected discovery to find that painting a
little mark in that particular shape would reduce emissions from nearly
any electronic equipment...

;-)

-Adam

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2001\03\24@180609 by Olin Lathrop

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> In Europe we have the CE mark which when placed on equipment protects us
> against such interference. ;-)

Oh, I always thought CE stood for Charge Extra!


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2001\03\24@185704 by Chris Carr

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> > In Europe we have the CE mark which when placed on equipment protects us
> > against such interference. ;-)
>
> Oh, I always thought CE stood for Charge Extra!
>
I always do. The gullible British populous has always been willing to pay
extra for mystical markings such as CE, kg and no doubt in the near future
Euro.

:-)
Chris

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2001\03\25@163930 by Peter L. Peres

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> Peter L Peres wrote:  Just out of curiosity has anybody on this list
> something to say about using a GPS receiver and a 1.5GHz Pentium near
> each other (e.g. within 1-3 meters) ? In view of the apalling RFI
> record of PCs I would expect some form of interference.
>
> Chris Carr wrote: In Europe we have the CE mark which when placed on
> equipment protects us against such interference. ;-)
>
> Regards
> Chris

You mean it's some sort of thick label that helps stop RFI ;-)

Peter

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