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Appendix G: EMC Standards and Regulations

Appendix G: EMC Standards and Regulations

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Most countries regulate Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) of electronic products marketed or sold within its borders. Much of today's current regulations and standards development was driven by the European Union (EU) starting in 1992. In parallel with this renewed focus on EMC standards in the EU, the International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC) and the International Special Committee on Radio Interference (CISPR) started developing or updating the current emission and immunity standards we use today. Most countries worldwide have adopted some or all aspects of the international (IEC) set of EMI standards (IEC 61000series) and CISPR standards.

Inspec keywords: electronic products; electromagnetic compatibility; electromagnetic interference; government policies; IEC standards

Other keywords: immunity standards; EU; electronic products; emission standards; CISPR standards; EMC regulations; European Union; International Electrotechnical Commission; electromagnetic compatibility; International Special Committee on Radio Interference; IEC 61000series; EMC standards

Subjects: Administration and management; Electromagnetic compatibility and interference

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