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The early history of radio interference

The early history of radio interference

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The need for control of interference to broadcast reception together with the realization that differing controls could constitute trade barriers led to the establishment in 1934 of the CISPR (International Special Committee on Radio Interference). Agreement on basic measuring techniques, instrumentation design and suppression methods was achieved quite rapidly. Agreement on actual limits took longer.

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      • : `Classified bibliography of man-made radio interference and associated measurements', M/T 22, ERA Report, 1934.
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      • `Components for radio interference suppression devices', British Standard No. 613, 1935, and first revision 1940.
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      • `Apparatus for the measurement of radio interference', British Standard No. 727, March 1937.
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      • `Limits of radio interference', British Standard No. 800, 1937, and first revision 1939.
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      • `Radio interference suppression for automobiles', British Standard No. 833, 1939.
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      • A.J. Gill , S. Whitehead . Electrical interference with radio reception. J. of the Institution of Electrical Engineers , 501 , 345 - 394
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      • : RI 1 to 9, CISPR Reports, 1934–1946, published by the Central Office of the IEC.
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      • Radio Interference, pts 1–6. The Post Office Electrical Engineers J. , 4 , 226 - 230
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