09-01-2017 07:49 PM
09-01-2017 09:17 PM - last edited: 09-01-2017 09:18 PM
@mattwells, it's such a shame you didn't report the interference to OFCOM at the time, so they would have had a really good test case to prove one way or the other what the cause of the interference was. I'm a bit puzzled why you didn't, since you're obviously so very concerned about Sky Q's impact on QRM.
In my testing, PLT interference from Sky Q was nowhere near as bad as the old BT Comtrend adaptors. In fact, intereference was detectable but insignificant in my testing.
09-01-2017 09:21 PM
01-02-2017 02:20 PM - last edited: 01-02-2017 02:37 PM
Thank you for highlighting this issue. Sky takes any alleged issue concerning its products very seriously.
Sky is confident that the Sky Q products meet the essential requirements of the Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) Directive and the Radio and Telecoms Terminal Equipment (RTTE) Directive and is compliant with the following harmonised standards: EN 55022/32, EN 301 489-1/17 and EN 50561-1 for Radiated and Conducted Emissions, and EN 300 328 and EN 301 893 for Effective use of the Radio Spectrum. We have carried out the required tests on all Sky Q products and these products also go through a strict continuing production quality control process.
We previously contacted the forum members who raised the concern in order to conduct some tests and investigate further, but received no response. We are happy to investigate any reports of interference that are brought to our attention, please contact us directly by emailing PR&SInsightTeam@sky.uk and leave your name, address and telephone details.
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