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Offline diyprojects

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Raspberry Pi 3 radiated emissions test
« on: March 21, 2017, 07:11:20 AM »

I run an open source project that is based on the Raspberry Pi.

Some of our RPi3 users report interference on VHF radio frequencies. The interference issue seems software related. The Pi3 does cause some radiated emissions issues that appear in the FCC testing report, but we believe that we're able to create further emissions depending on the software configuration (CPU clock frequency).

We don't have access to the RF equipment that I know that others may have here.
We'd like a test performed on one RPi3 in two different configurations (I'll send you two different Raspbian images). We do not need full compliance-style tests performed, just two tests that help us answer the question of whether or not we have solved an emissions problem via software configuration.

Have not had this sort of work done before, but hoping to keep the costs low - maybe less than a few hundred dollars if possible. This is a test that can be done with your own RPi3 if you have one on hand.

Offline Christopher

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Re: Raspberry Pi 3 radiated emissions test
« Reply #1 on: Yesterday at 06:58:53 AM »
I could do conducted emissions testing, if needed.

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