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electromagnetic interference

Any electromagnetic disturbance that interrupts, obstructs, or otherwise degrades or limits the effective performance of electronics and electrical equipment. It can be induced intentionally, as in some forms of electronic warfare, or unintentionally, as a result of spurious emissions and responses, intermodulation products, and the like. Also called EMI.
Dictionary of Military and Associated Terms. US Department of Defense 2005.
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Although several companies have incorporated addressable switches into their perforating guns, we believe these devices are universally wired to resistorized detonators, which are more sensitive to electrical interference and increased failure.
Therefore, most sightings and visitations are typically in the early hours when it is quiet and electrical interference is less.
In the ZF-TRW investigation documents, NHTSA said that it didn't find any other cases of electrical interference in Hyundai, Kia or Fiat Chrysler vehicles that used the ZF-TRW system but were not recalled.
It is entirely free of dirt, water or air leakage and electrical interference. While its vertical height is not so great as the old mine shaft, experimental techniques are now Improved to a point where the greater height is no longer necessary.
It also proposes guessing the name of the TV show by using the electrical interference pattern caused by the television's power cable.
Here we describe a rare case of a patient who developed unexplained ECG changes after inducing anaesthesia, which was later determined to occur because of electrical interference from the patient's warming blanket (Geratherm UniqueTemp Medical Warming System, Geratherm Medical AG, Geschwenda, Germany).
SSRs operate silently (without the undesirable clicking sound emitted by EMRs) with low input power consumption and produce little electrical interference. Both shock and vibration resistant, SSRs can withstand harsh environments and continue to operate accurately and reliably, whereas EMRs need frequent replacement, making them very undesirable in harsh conditions.
The NTC noted that existing analog TV stations were using low VHF band channels, which were susceptible to 'local electrical interference, particularly in highly urbanized cities.'
The clip ends Alfred (Jeremy Irons) working in the lab alone, he feels some vibrations and electrical interference, before locking eyes on an unseen visitor.
This will reduce the risk of electrical interference for these objects.
The self-generation would greatly reduce electrical interference and make the information more accurate.

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