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CTA-544

Low Frequency Immunity of Tuners in a Cable System

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Organization: CTA
Publication Date: 1 April 2010
Status: active
Page Count: 13
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CEA-544-C defines the measurement procedures for the low frequency (5-54 MHz) immunity of tuners in a cable system, based on requirements in FCC regulations that define the assumed levels of the desired signal, low frequency interference and the required receiver immunity. These procedures define the specific tests needed to determine compliance with the requirements.

Document History

April 1, 2010
Low Frequency Immunity of Tuners in a Cable System
CEA-544-C defines the measurement procedures for the low frequency (5-54 MHz) immunity of tuners in a cable system, based on requirements in FCC regulations that define the assumed levels of the...
CTA-544
April 1, 2010
Low Frequency Immunity of Tuners in a Cable System
CEA-544-C defines the measurement procedures for the low frequency (5-54 MHz) immunity of tuners in a cable system, based on requirements in FCC regulations that define the assumed levels of the...
November 1, 2004
Low Frequency Immunity of Tuners in a Cable System
CEA-544-B defines the measurement procedures for the low frequency (5-54 MHz) immunity of tuners in a cable system, based on requirements in FCC regulations that define the assumed levels of the...
August 1, 2002
Low Frequency Immunity of Tuners in a Cable System
This standard defines the requirements and measurement procedures for the low frequency (5-42MHz) immunity of tuners in a cable system. The requirements define the assumed levels of the low frequency...
August 1, 2002
Low Frequency Immunity of Tuners in a Cable System
This standard defines the requirements and measurement procedures for the low frequency (5-42MHz) immunity of tuners in a cable system. The requirements define the assumed levels of the low frequency...
February 1, 1989
Immunity of TV and VCR Tuners to Internally Generated Harmonic Interference from Signals in the Band 535 kHz to 30 MHz
Objective To determine the level of interfering signal which will generate harmonics in the tuner, causing interference 40 dB below a desired signal at the intermediate frequency (IF) output of a...
January 1, 1989
Immunity of TV and VCR Tuners to Internally Generated Harmonic Interference from Signals in the Band 535 kHz to 30 MHz
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