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Thread: FCC EMI testing rules?
face BY : mikespam@RemoveMEwhitewing.co.uk

On Fri, 11 May 2001 15:38:01 -0500, you wrote:
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..but for a product like this, assuming the PIC is running at 4MHz or
less, you would have to try really really hard to  make the layout so
bad that it  emits noise anywhere near the limits in most EMC
standards. I would have no hesitation in self-certifying such a
product without any testing. Just make sure you have good supply
decoupling , layout and grounding.
A few years ago I was involved in EMC testing some simple 4MHz PIC
based products - we couldn't even detect emissions, let alone measure
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