electromagnetic compatibility


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electromagnetic compatibility

The ability of systems, equipment, and devices that utilize the electromagnetic spectrum to operate in their intended operational environments without suffering unacceptable degradation or causing unintentional degradation because of electromagnetic radiation or response. It involves the application of sound electromagnetic spectrum management; system, equipment, and device design configuration that ensures interference-free operation; and clear concepts and doctrines that maximize operational effectiveness. Also called EMC. See also electromagnetic spectrum; electronic warfare; spectrum management.
Translations
compatibilité électromagnétique
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Scope and Regional Forecast of the Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) Shielding Market:
Electromagnetic compatibility of a device or system is an important aspect from the safety and protection point of view.
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Afterwards the cable is fixed in the gland with the cap nut, and the contact system automatically lies on the shield thus ensuring electromagnetic compatibility.
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IEC/TR 61000-1-6 Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC).
The company will hold an open house on Tuesday, September 20, with testing demonstrations and facility tours, including a 10-metre electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) testing chamber large enough to house a car.
Because it is a passive infrared system, the DDM NG has no electromagnetic compatibility issues with other sensors and can therefore be easily integrated into all aircraft platforms.
The fourth edition of this basic electronics textbook has been revised to include new information on electrical circuits and components, frequency characteristics of AC circuits, transient behavior, internal circuitry of operational amplifiers and the treatment of noise and electromagnetic compatibility (EMC).
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