OpenMoko and LCD TV

Dale Maggee antisol at
Wed May 6 09:49:03 CEST 2009

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...An OM Device which doesn't comply with EMI Standards? :O

hands up if you're suprised.

<hands go behind back>

Sam Kuper wrote:
> 2009/5/5 Marcel <tanuva at>
>> Am Dienstag, 5. Mai 2009 18:38:42 schrieb Mile Davidovic:
>>> Yesterday I accidentally put my OM phone near LCD TV (Samsung).
>>> SW on OM is QT Extended and when I press power button (to wake up
>>> mobile) TV immediately turn off.
>>> I tried again and TV changed channel. So, on my phone this behavioure
>>> is repeatable.
>> If the neo had an infrared led I'd have guessed it sends some random
>> signal, but since it does not... Voodoo... °_°
>> Seriously: Electromagnetic fields? GSM? I really have to try that with my
>> TV...
> There are various standards that define the kinds/amount of EMI that an
> electrical device must: (1) be able to cope with, and/or (2) not produce in
> excess of.
> It sounds like either your OM or your TV might not be fully compliant.
> Sam
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