All receivers except crystal sets will
radiate RF and many act like a low power transmitter if an external aerial is
I once tried to read a CE document because
a few were listed on a sheet that came with something I bought from RS.
I found I’d have to pay 300 pounds
sterling to read one document and there were 25 main ones.
I notice other manufacturers allow
discussion and criticism of their products.
As some say.. Any publicity is good
I do know of one transceiver where RF
problems were kept secret. That was Skynet 4.. but that as they say is another
On Wed, Aug 28, 2019 at 10:12 AM, David J Taylor wrote:
That report is more than a year out of date now.
Yes, and it does not have the (oficially not available) preselector
addon board and it is not about the HF+ Discovery.
The actual strong spurs were introduced with the preselector board.
Nevertheless the censorship in the Airspy group is intolerable.
I am not sure: But doesn't a receiver which emits RF over his antenna socket
like a transmitter lose CE conformity?