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What does "accept interference" mean?
Authored by: ashevin on Jan 08, '08 04:46:36AM

The fault really lies with the speakers. The phone wouldn't work at all as a phone if it couldn't broadcast. The speakers should be properly shielded to only accept signals from the incoming cabling if they don't want interference from nearby electrical sources. Keep in mind that any electrical source outside the speakers may interfer with them.

Also, the FCC wording only means that the devices should not interfer with proper operation. Both the phone and the speakers are still operating properly even if one is affecting the other.



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