Receiver Measurements and EMI Techniques

Receiver Measurements and EMI Techniques

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Electromagnetic interference protection must be considered at the beginning of the design project. The guidelines presented here are the applications of the principles of radiators and receivers at the circuit or system level. The old adage 'an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure' is applicable to EMI and its prevention. A commonly encountered 'economy' is to use a cheap packaging approach that then has to be 'bullied' into correct performance, invariably at the very great expense of engineering labor.

Chapter Contents:

  • 16.1 Measurements and Design
  • 16.2 Receiver Measurements
  • 16.3 EMI Considerations in Receiver and Exciter Design
  • References

Inspec keywords: measurement systems; electromagnetic interference

Other keywords: electromagnetic interference protection; EMI techniques; cheap packaging approach; principles of receivers; receiver measurements; principles of radiators; engineering labor

Subjects: Instrumentation and measurement systems; Electromagnetic compatibility and interference

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