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electromagnetic interference

[i¦lek·trō·mag′ned·ik ‚in·tər′fir·əns]
Interference, generally at radio frequencies, that is generated inside systems, as contrasted to radio-frequency interference coming from sources outside a system. Abbreviated emi.
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electromagnetic interference

In the transmission or reception of communication signals, the interference caused by the radiation of electromagnetic fields.
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electromagnetic interference (EMI)

The interference of radio reception by the radiation of electromagnetic energy from a piece of electronic equipment or from conductors carrying highfrequency alternating current.
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(ElectroMagnetic Interference) An electrical disturbance in a system due to natural phenomena, low-frequency waves from electromechanical devices or high-frequency waves (RFI) from chips and other electronic devices. Allowable limits are governed by the FCC.
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