Electromagnetic compatibility, resistibility and safety requirements for home network devices
|Publication Date:||1 March 2015|
With the recent advances in telecommunication technologies, high-speed access networks that can be readily used by users have been introduced in home environments. As a result, many users can now enjoy many network-based services, and many electronic devices can be connected to the network, allowing for the easy deployment of home networks.
Additionally, many wired and wireless technologies have appeared in the market, many of which could be introduced in home network environments. In these network configurations, several kinds of network-related equipment are introduced in the home and placed in close proximity to each other. This situation may create severe electromagnetic interferences and produce new types of electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) problems. The purpose of this Recommendation is to provide EMC, resistibility and safety requirements for home network devices in order to avoid these EMC problems.
To avoid duplication, existing international standards are referenced. This Recommendation is not intended to provide any new additional requirements for devices used in home networks, nor is it intended to replace national regulations or laws.