Upcoming Digital TV Signals May Interfere With Medical Telemetry Systems
This article was originally published in The Gray Sheet
Manufacturers of medical telemetry systems should work with customers to identify the frequencies used by the devices and determine if upcoming digital television signals broadcast on previously unused portions of the radiofrequency spectrum pose an interference risk, FDA states in a March 20 public health advisory.
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