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International Special Committee on Radio Inference

The International Special Committee on Radio Interference (CISPR) was established in 1934 by a group of international organizations to address radio interference. CISPR is a non-governmental group composed of National Committees of the International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC), as well as numerous international organizations.

Many national spectrum regulators are represented. Historically, NTIA has participated primarily in CISPR subcommittees addressing emissions from industrial, scientific and medical (ISM) devices (Subcommittee B) and information technology equipment (Subcommittee I).

NTIA's primary interest in CISPR currently lies in the development of emission limits to protect radiocommunication equipment, which is the focus of Subcommittee H. The NTIA point of contact for CISPR activities is Mr. William Doolan, who can be reached at (202) 482-2320 or mdoolan@ntia.doc.gov or send email to spectrumplans@ntia.doc.gov.


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