Measurements Help Minimize EMI and RFI (.PDF Download)

Electronic devices operate in a world of electromagnetic (EM) fields of various strengths. Each device is not only subject to interference from those EM fields, but may itself be a source of EM interference to other devices. EM interference can be conducted or radiated, either degrading or disrupting the performance of an electronic device.

Lower-frequency EM interference, such as from power lines, is usually referred to as electromagnetic interference (EMI). Higher-frequency EM inter

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