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Electromagnetics Explained by Ron Schmitt

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12 EMC

PART I: BASICS

Designing circuits that meet product requirements is the primary goal of electronics. Designing circuits that can function in the real-world environment of radio interference, static electricity, lightning, powerline (60 Hz) interference, and so on without failure or damage is a secondary but equally important goal. Not only do products have to withstand the interference of other circuitry, they are also limited by law in the amount of interference they are allowed create. The study and resolution of such problems falls under the discipline of electromagnetic compatibility (EMC). In the past, interference problems were often referred to as radio-frequency interference (RFI) or electromagnetic interference (EMI). EMC is ...

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