Applied Electromagnetics and Electromagnetic Compatibility
Applied Electromagnetics and Electromagnetic Compatibility deals with Radio Frequency Interference (RFI), which is the reception of undesired radio signals originating from digital electronics and electronic equipment. With today's rapid development of radio communication, these undesired signals as well as signals due to natural phenomena such as lightning, sparking, and others are becoming increasingly important in the general area of Electro Magnetic Compatibility (EMC). EMC can be defined as the capability of some electronic equipment or system to be operated at desired levels of performance in a given electromagnetic environment without generating EM emissions unacceptable to other systems operating in the vicinity.
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10 Coupling between Devices
11 Electrostatic Discharge ESD
12 EMC Standards
13 Measurements of Emission
Appendix A Vectors and Vector Analysis
Appendix B Frequency Band Designations
Appendix C Constitutive Relations
9 Electromagnetic Shielding
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