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Oculus Rift electromagnetic compatibility (EMC)

ocmigiocmigi Posts: 1

Dear forum members!

Last week I did a radiated emission test (EMC) and found out, that the oculus rift shows a peak at 1Ghz.


 So my question:

Does someone else have also EMC issues with the oculus rift?
Where does the 1GHz peak came from?
  • Form HDMI data transmission?
  • From the oculus goggles it self?
How can I decrease the 1 GHz peak?
  • Ferrit adapter on HDMI wire (the wire is shielded


  • TwoHedWlfTwoHedWlf Posts: 2,228 Valuable Player
    I'm not sure what you're measuring there.  Transmissions from the Rift?  If you'd gone higher you'd have seen most of the transmissions in the 2.4-2.5ghz range because that's the frequency used to communicate with the Touch controllers.
  • LZoltowskiLZoltowski Posts: 6,705 Volunteer Moderator
    The rift contains Bluetooth Radio and a proprietary SoC at around 2.4Ghz 
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