Engineering Electromagnetic Compatibility: Principles, Measurements, and Technologies
An essential guide and learning tool for avoiding costly post-design electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) fixes, this book presents critical information on how to achieve electromagnetic compatibility right from the start. Prepared in a concise easy-to-use format, this book is an excellent reference for practicing engineers and textbook for engineering students who need a thorough introduction to the form and function of EMC and its relevance to systems in a variety of fields. "Engineering Electromagnetic Compatibility" provides a solutions-based, mathematically oriented treatment of the underlying theories and the most recent practical applications.
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