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FCC Seeks Input on Geomagnetic Storm Threats to U.S. Communications Systems

The Public Safety and Homeland Security Bureau of the FCC is seeking comments on the threats to the nation’s communications systems directly attributable to severe geomagnetic storms.

FCC Targets $2M Fine for Bogus Robocall Caller IDs

The FCC has proposed a major enforcement action against one of the companies that transmitted illegal robocalls in advance of New Hampshire’s 2024 Democratic Presidential Primary in January.

FCC Pushes Ahead with Ban on Certain TCB Certifications

The U.S. Federal Communications Commission (FCC) is moving forward with plans to ban the certification of testing laboratories that pose a potential threat to U.S. national security.

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VSWR and its Effects on Power Amplifiers

Voltage Standing Wave Ratio results from an impedance mismatch between a source (an amplifier) and a load (test application). This mismatch can influence the performance of the source.

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Finally! A Cosmic Camera to Unravel Dark Matter’s Mysteries

The U.S. National Science Foundation reports that the largest space camera ever built is now being installed at an international space observatory site in a remote area of Chile.

Illegal Robocall Campaign Targeted NH Voters with Deceptive Tactics

The FCC has proposed a $6 million fine in connection with an AI-generated robocall campaign targeting New Hampshire voters just ahead of that state’s Democratic Presidential Primary Election in January.

Deadly Lithium Battery Fires Spur House to Pass Safety Rules

The U.S. House of Representatives has passed legislation that would strengthen safety standards applicable to rechargeable lithium-ion batteries.

Robocall Ringleaders Get FCC’s First “Consumer Threat” Label

In a first for the agency, the Enforcement Bureau of the U.S. Federal Communications Commission (FCC) has officially classified a group of robocall companies as a threat to the security of consumer information.

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Vulnerabilities of LTE and LTE‑Advanced Communications

LTE and LTE-Advanced technologies are vulnerable to interference as well as jamming. However, strategies and techniques exist to address interference and guarantee coexistence with other services, especially in critical situations. Robust device design and thorough testing are essential for maintaining stable and efficient communication in high-interference environments.

Emerging Standards and Regulations for Medical Devices

This article explores the evolving landscape in the medical industry, focusing on key standards such as IEC 60601-1 and new guidelines implemented to address the next generation of medical devices.

EMC Archaeology: A Tale of Two Meters

Of Decibels and Centibels, and EMC Engineers in a Row The ubiquitous 41” rod antenna has been used to measure...

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