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The citation sez:
“measured at 27,000µV/m at 35 meters, which exceeded the maximum permitted level of 14.118 microvolts per meter (µV/m) at 30 meters”
27,000 micro volts per meter at 35 meters vs 14.11 microvolts per meter at 30 meters appears to be the reason for the citation.
So, if the station was cited for emissions, can we guess that the station was not using the alternate stantard of a 3 meter radiator and 100 mW dc input?
I’m also having a bit of trouble connecting this to the impression I got from some of your earlier posts about it being impossible for a Part 15 transmitter using the stantard of a 3 meter radiator and 100 mW dc input to be received at distance because the emissions aren’t strong enough.
So the emmisons are not strong enough… yet also too strong… I’m just so damn confused…