Summary of EMI Control Techniques

Summary of EMI Control Techniques

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Control of EMI between sources and susceptible devices is essential if EMC is to be achieved in a complex electronic system. The electronic system designer must give careful consideration to the components that are used in the system and must define their EMI interactions with each other and with the system operational environment. The system designer must define the EMI suppression and control requirements that are necessary to achieve EMC. Also, the system designer must define the various EMI/EMC regulations and standards that apply to the system and must design the system so it satisfies these regulations and standards.

Inspec keywords: electromagnetic compatibility; electromagnetic interference

Other keywords: system operational environment; EMI interaction; EMI control technique; complex electronic system; electronic system designer; EMI suppression; susceptible device; EMI/EMC regulation

Subjects: Electromagnetic compatibility and interference

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