Electromagnetic Interference


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Electromagnetic Interference
Electromagnetic InterferenceAs a piece of electronic equipment, a radio receiver can be a source of interference to other equipment. Similarly, RF voltages picked up on the input and output lines can be coupled to the signal circuits to interfere with radio reception. It is also possible for the all-pervasive electromagnetic fields of our environment to penetrate the receiver cabinet and couple to the signal circuits. All of these phenomena are lumped under the term electromagnetic interference (EMI), and the ability of the receiver to perform satisfactorily in the environment is referred to as electromagnetic compatibility (EMC). Before a design is complete, it must be evaluated for its EMC.
Citation
Prof. Dr.-Ing. habil. Dr. h.c. mult. Ulrich L. Rohde; Jerry C. Whitaker; Hans Zahnd: Communications Receivers: Principles and Design, Fourth Edition. Electromagnetic Interference, Chapter (McGraw-Hill Professional, 2017), AccessEngineering Export