Federal Communications Commission

A UnitedStates Governmental agency created for the regulation of radio, television, telecommunications services, and equipment. The FCC assigns bandwidths to radio and television stations, and attempts to ensure that they operate "in the public interest," as specified in the Communications Act of 1936 (ther act tht alsdo created the FCC). The FCC also must certify all computer equipment before it can be sold in the United States, as such equipment needs to meet certain criteria with regard to radio and conductive interference, lest such devices interfere with commercial broadcasts. See FCC Certification.

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