storing gear and businesses and so on

From: Brian Hechinger <>
Date: Fri Jun 8 12:32:32 2001

On Fri, Jun 08, 2001 at 10:36:14AM -0600, Jim Strickland wrote:
> It does bring up a related question. If memory serves, electronic
> equipment for home use has to have an FCC class C rating, whereas
> equipment for business only needs to have a class B rating, since
> nobody is expecting to run TVs, radios, etc nearby (at least in
> theory). So my question is, if my vaxstation is only class b
> rated, can I get in trouble having it in my home? (not sure
> the vaxstation isn't class c rated, it's just an example here.)

<pendant> it's a not c </pendant>

from what i understand, you may run said equipment, but if it causes
interference in someone's class b equipment you must stop using the class a
stuff _OR_ face up to, what is it, i think $50,000 fine. but afaik, you are
allowed to run it as long as no-one complains.

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