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Federal Communications Commission (FCC) certified Axxon (former ITV) production

09/28/2004

The International Standards Laboratory (ISL) of the Federal Communications Commission of the USA has finished testing procedure and delivered a positive judgement relative to video surveillance systems manufactured by the Axxon (former ITV) company.

Axxon (former ITV) equipment passed all testing stages and was acknowledged as complying with Part 15 of the FCC Rules that specifies requirements for Class "B" digital devices.

The equipment is qualified for use at various installations (enterprise-office-home) and operates correctly, with no interference that may cause undesired operation of other devices.

Certificate with individual subscription of Eddy Hsiung, Director of the International Standards Laboratory and exclusive data on test results were sent to the Axxon (former ITV) company.

Federal Communications Commission (FCC).
FCC is a state expert authority of the USA. FCC is responsible for regulation of communication matters including television, radio, wireless networks, etc. FCC is also responsible for estimation of digital equipment of "A" and "B" Classes. In practice, almost every computer system complies with Class "A" requirements. Class "B" digital devices are subject to high-test. The certification implies that production is granted a right of distribution on the territory of the USA.

FCC  Certificate

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