The artist found that due to a phenomenon called spurious emission, his car radio would alternately emit baroque and country music as he drove within the ring of trucks.
What does SPURE stand for?
SPURE stands for Spurious Emission
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Finally, a patent application was filed to optimize for FCC requirements of ground penetrating radar antennas to protect from spurious emissions of frequencies outside the band requirements by creating a novel design that focuses the signal toward the ground being surveyed.
Image frequencies and other spurious emissions caused by harmonic mixing are suppressed.
After a thorough investigation, the team initiated a RAMEC to filter the chip detector from spurious emissions from other sources that cause a false signal through EMI.
To gain licenses in the United States and some other countries, Iridium pledged that for a few hours each day, it would keep the levels of spurious emissions to levels tolerable to the scientists.
8184678 Method and system for transmitting signals with reduced spurious emissions
Panorama scan mode is used as a "quasi spectrum analyzer" for a wide scanning range without scanning - as the PR100 Series uses a receiver technology that does not scan, but rather listens to the entire spectrum to immediately detect any spurious emissions.
It distinguishes accurately between the WiMAX/3G/4G signals requiring protection, and spurious emissions requiring no protection.