Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) is the ability of an electrical device or circuit to function within its electromagnetic environment without causing electromagnetic interference (EMI) to the other devices in the system, and it must be electromagnetically
susceptible or immune so that it could protect itself against external electromagnetic waves.
Tenders are invited for Supply,Erection, Testing,Commissioning of Electromagnetically
Equipments with Accessories for VT Pump-Motor set at Varachha Water distribution Centre, (New Booster No.
We are using technology to interact electromagnetically
with the brain.
The Israeli Supreme Court issues a conditional injunction to remove wifi from schools in July 2014, recognizing many Israeli schoolchildren have become electromagnetically
They cover MWM quantum control via electromagnetically
induced transparency, controllable Autler-Townes splitting of MWM process via dark state, the controllable enhancement and suppression of MWM process via the dark state, controllable polarization of MWM process via the dark state, nonclassical properties of the MWM process, and coherent modulation of photonic band gap in the four-wave mixing process.
However, such methods have been applicable only in small electric devices and cannot be used in robots; moreover, the PLC systems available on the market are incapable of simultaneously supplying power in large volumes and transmitting signals at high speed under electromagnetically
All the wireless and charging signals pass through an electromagnetically
transparent sapphire window.
The resulting emulsions were electromagnetically
Sitting in a quiet, electromagnetically
shielded room, Radin first measures the participants' physiology.
Well, to them I say this - does it have time travel in it, how about an electromagnetically
conductive Scotsman who lives in an underground bunker, and is there a smoke monster that wants to find a secret cave filled with light so it can get off the island once and for all?
In the process, molds are electromagnetically
heated to 120[degrees] C in seconds-or 400[degrees] C in minutes-by integrating inductors inside the mold to match the shape of the part to be produced.
Barber and his research team, who sailed in the icebreaker Amundsen to the southern Beaufort Sea in September this year found that thin and " rotten" ice was " electromagnetically
masquerading" as thick, multiyear sea ice.