FCC certification

FCC certification
   Approval by the FCC (Federal Communications Commission) that a specific computer model meets its standards for radio frequency interference (RFI) emissions. There are two levels of certification:
   • Class A certification, which is for computers used in commercial settings, such as mainframes and minicomputers
   • The more stringent Class B certification, which is for computers used in the home and in home offices, such as PCs, laptops, and portables

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