Zenith Inteq

From: Russ Blakeman <rhblake_at_bbtel.com>
Date: Thu Feb 26 22:10:18 1998

Doug Yowza wrote:

> On Thu, 26 Feb 1998, Mike Allison wrote:
> > My experience with these "TEMPEST" machines is that it's usually best to
> > swap out all the parts (great difficulty at times) and use the AT parts
> > in another box. The box is heavy and, as you stated, designed to
> > firewall the parts from the actual physical ports. There are good parts
> > on them however, disk drives, scsi connectors, video cards, mother
> > boards, memboards, that would work nice in another box and be easier
> > (read that cheaper) to mail.

"TEMPEST" standards are there to afford proper sheilding to prevent
radiations/emmisions fromt he machine when it's being used for security
information. The thicker covers, ground braids and multiple screws in the
covers make it better sealed and there should be no emmisions over 12 inches
from the machine, or none at all ideally. Other than the power supply being a
class A type, the rest is normal but may have been refitted with a shielded
 Russ Blakeman
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Received on Thu Feb 26 1998 - 22:10:18 GMT

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