A carrier current system is defined as a system, or part of a system, that transmits radio frequency energy by conduction over the electric power line to a receiver also connected to the same power line.[1] A carrier current system can be designed such that the signals are received by conduction directly from connection to the electric power line (unintentional radiator), or the signals are received over-the-air, due to radiation of the radio frequency signals from the power line (intentional radiator).[2]

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  1. See 47 C.F.R. §15.3(f).
  2. See Id. §§15.3(z) and 15.3(o), respectively.

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