Friday, February 16, 2007

NAB And FM Modulators: Why Don't They Request Recall For iPods And MP3's?

New autos come equipped with auxilliary input jacks, so this is becoming a moot point. I find it interesting that the NAB focuses on satellite radio and ignore the "bleed" from FM modulators used with iPods and other MP3 players.

NAB Renews Plea for Recall of 'Unlawful' Satellite Radio Devices

NAB President/CEO David Rehr reiterated his call for the FCC to authorize a recall of satellite radio FM modulated devices that violate Part 15 power limits.
In a letter to Chairman Kevin Martin, Rehr cited a recent report from The New York Times on satellite radio interference with local radio signals. Of particular concern are “FM listeners in their cars and listeners of public and religious programming on noncommercial stations typically located at the lower end of the FM band,” Rehr said in the letter.
Last year, Rehr sent a letter to the heads of XM and Sirius Satellite Radio urging each company to “voluntarily withdraw and replace all noncompliant satellite radio devices in circulation.”...continued

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