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The IARU have submitted a paper to the International Special Committee on Radio Interference (CISPR) on the problem of increasing RF noise from digital devices

IARU EMC specialists Tore Worren LA9QL and Martin Sach G8KDF have submitted a paper to CISPR concerning the increasing impact of multiple digital devices on the noise levels in the radio spectrum.

The paper was considered at the CISPR Steering Committee in late May, and adopted for circulation to CISPR National Committee for comment as a Committee Draft, with a view to it becoming a CISPR Report.
IARU hopes that the result of this will be amendments to the way in which standards are developed, to recognise the need to properly consider the cumulative impact of multiple devices.

Source IARU Region 1 https://iaru-r1.org/

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...amendments to the way in which standards are developed, to recognise the need to properly consider the cumulative impact of multiple devices.
Source IARU Region 1 https://iaru-r1.org/

I would have said "bolting the stable door after the horse has gone", but in this case the horse escaped years ago, died, was turned in to glue and dog food, plus the stable, having long been demolished, is now a car park for the local temple... :this:


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G1PIE wrote:
...amendments to the way in which standards are developed, to recognise the need to properly consider the cumulative impact of multiple devices.
Source IARU Region 1 https://iaru-r1.org/

I would have said "bolting the stable door after the horse has gone", but in this case the horse escaped years ago, died, was turned in to glue and dog food, plus the stable, having long been demolished, is now a car park for the local temple... :this:



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The IARU Administrative Council has appointed Martin Sach, G8KDF, as global Electromagnetic Compatibility Coordinator, succeeding Tore Worren, LA9QL. The EMC Coordinator’s mission is to ensure that the concerns and needs of radio amateurs are effectively addressed in international standards bodies, particularly CISPR and the ITU, as well as in regional telecommunication organisations and at national levels through IARU member societies. Assisting in the effort is a network of volunteers with expertise in the field of EMC. Martin is also the RSGB IARU EMC Liaison.

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...amendments to the way in which standards are developed, to recognise the need to properly consider the cumulative impact of multiple devices.
Source IARU Region 1 https://iaru-r1.org/

I would have said "bolting the stable door after the horse has gone", but in this case the horse escaped years ago, died, was turned in to glue and dog food, plus the stable, having long been demolished, is now a car park for the local temple... :this:

In many ways it's a problem we've contributed to ourselves.
Many moons ago I pointed out that recommending cheap, Chinese, products on this site wasn't a particularly good idea.
The reaction was basically that I was a fool if I didn't go for the cheap option. :banghead:
If we're not cautious about these things ourselves how can we expect people who aren't impacted to care a damn.

That includes decision makers.

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"...If we're not cautious about these things ourselves how can we expect people who aren't impacted to care a damn...."

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Well you really can't expect "them" the unaffected people, whoever they are, selling the stuff to give a damn, however many "Hams" raised concerns.
These day's we are just "a hobby", as we are constantly reminded, and they just see a big bucks corporate windfalls and a slavering market for their wireless junk, would not matter a jot how many of "us" complained, end of.
Whatever we say, it's ultimately the government appointed "regulator" has the final say, and they have let it happen, full stop.
It's not really "we" that have let it happen.
We could have all en masse marched on downing street, waving placards and chucking red paint around like extinction rebellion, and this "Iffy" EMC nasty riddled RF imported stuff, would still be gracing the bargain buy shelves and flooding the country.

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