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Reception apparatus Advancements John Thomson Scene Recieving wires Ltd Recieving wire Sorts Versatile Radio and Tetra Changeless - Rooftop board mount, glassmount Impermanent – Attractive or boot cut mount Incognito – guard mount + interior glass? Cell GSM and 3G/UMTS Interior radio wires ordinarily T bar or expense plate
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Recieving wire Developments John Thomson Panorama Antennas Ltd © FCS Installers Committee May 2007

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Antenna Types Mobile Radio & Tetra Permanent - Roof board mount, glassmount Temporary – Magnetic or boot clasp mount Covert – guard mount + inside glass? Cell GSM & 3G/UMTS Internal radio wires ordinarily T bar or assessment plate Bumper mount Glassmount & board mount occasionaly © FCS Installers Committee May 2007

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Automotive EMC Legislation Commission Directive 2004/104/EC ‘12.7. Establishment and utilization of RF transmitters in the vehicle(s), if pertinent: Frequency groups, Maximum yield power, Antenna position at vehicle, Specific conditions for establishment and/or use’ © FCS Installers Committee May 2007

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Automotive EMC Legislation All extra hardware ought to have CE or ‘e’ mark endorsement UK has “Legacy Equipment” concession!! – this implies that utilized gear can be re-fitted © FCS Installers Committee May 2007

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Automotive EMC Legislation So what rules do vehicle fabricates give? How simple is it to discover? © FCS Installers Committee May 2007

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Nissan Motor Co (data from Nissan site) Mobile Radio Equipment Installation Guidelines Theâ information in this rule is expected for utilization by those introducing two-way radio gear (transmitters and recipients) in vehicles.â  This rule is planned for radio hardware stamped with a CE image and which has the transmitting reception apparatus introduced on the vehicle\'s outside. © FCS Installers Committee May 2007

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Nissan Motor Co (data from Nissan site) © FCS Installers Committee May 2007

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Nissan Motor Co (data from Nissan site) © FCS Installers Committee May 2007

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Mercedes Benz (separate from C class client manual) If you wish to introduce two-path radios in the vehicle, you must get formal support. Mercedes-Benz sanctions the establishment of two-way radios if such gear is introduced professionally and a low-reflection outside ethereal is utilized. The transmission yield of the two-way radio must not surpass the greatest transmission yields recorded. (next slide) © FCS Installers Committee May 2007

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Mercedes Benz (separate from C class client manual) Frequency range Maximum transmission yield Short wave (< 50 MHz) 100 watts 4 m waveband 20 watts - 2 m waveband 50 watts 70 cm waveband 35 watts - 25 cm waveband 10 watts If electrical or electronic hardware which does not satisfy these conditions is retrofitted, the vehicle\'s general working license may be negated (EU Directive 95/54/EC the Automotive EMC Directive). © FCS Installers Committee May 2007

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Mercedes Benz (separate from C class client manual) To guarantee ideal gathering quality for cell telephones and two-route radios in the vehicle, and to minimize shared impacts between the vehicle hardware and cellular telephones/two-way radios, Mercedes-Benz prescribes the utilization of endorsed outside aerials. A joined outside elevated has the impact that the electromagnetic fields transmitted by a remote gadget are led to the vehicle\'s outside; the field quality inside of the vehicle inside is lower than in a vehicle that does not have an outside airborne. © FCS Installers Committee May 2007

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Mercedes Benz (remove from C class client manual) Two-way radios may meddle with the vehicle gadgets and consequently imperil the operational wellbeing of the vehicle and your own particular security in the event that: they don\'t have an outside ethereal the outside elevated is not a low-reflection flying the outside aeronautical has been fitted erroneously © FCS Installers Committee May 2007

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Mercedes Benz (separate from C class client manual) Excessive electromagnetic radiation might likewise make harm your wellbeing and the strength of others. Utilizing an outside flying considers current exploratory dialogs identifying with the conceivable wellbeing dangers that may come about because of electromagnetic fields. Thus, just have the outside ethereal fitted at a qualified master workshop which has the vital authority information and instruments to complete the work needed. Mercedes-Benz prescribes that you utilize a Mercedes-Benz Service Center for this reason. Specifically, work important to security or on wellbeing related frameworks must be done at a qualified expert workshop. © FCS Installers Committee May 2007

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Summary Clear pattern that recieving wire ought to be an outer sort, frequently a board mount is indicated Vehicle producers have an obligation to give this data Availability of clear, succinct and sensible data varies between makers. Installers require this data to guarantee that the establishment is consistent with vehicle EMC detail. © FCS Installers Committee May 2007

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TESTING ANTENNA INSTALLATIONS © FCS Installers Committee May 2007

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Mobile Radio (66MHz to 472MHz) Tuneable Antennas More mind boggling establishments Higher RF force levels Analog – less difficult test hardware (Bird 43!) Tetra – installers have entry to suitable test gear (e.g Sitemaster, Bird AT400 and so on.) © FCS Installers Committee May 2007

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GSM 3G/UMTS (870MHz to 2200MHz) Broadband recieving wires Usually non-tuneable Often supplied with pre-fitted connector “Plug and Play” establishment what number VSWR looks at are conveyed? © FCS Installers Committee May 2007

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GSM 3G/UMTS (870MHz to 2200MHz) Test Equipment accessibility Through line sort RF generator sort Cost Suitability & Accuracy © FCS Installers Committee May 2007

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GSM 3G/UMTS (870MHz to 2200MHz) FAT 2700 - range 20MHz to 2.7GHz RF Generator sort – suits PMR & GSM/UMTS © FCS Installers Committee May 2007

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GSM 3G/UMTS (870MHz to 2200MHz) Compliance with MPT1362 as of now requires the reception apparatus establishment to be “VSWR tested” and the worth recorded at work sheet. Orange does not require their installers to utilize or even have a VSWR meter. These establishments can\'t be considered to be as per MPT1362! © FCS Installers Committee May 2007

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GSM 3G/UMTS (870MHz to 2200MHz) Unsatisfactory circumstance that should be tended to Do we have to manage the technique for reception apparatus establishment testing on a two level mode? i.e PMR & Cellular Maybe a point for discourse later – surely should be raised to the MPT1362 audit advisory group. © FCS Installers Committee May 2007

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Thank You! Affirmations Nissan Motors site – armada administrations segment Mercedes Benz - C

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