conducted interference


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conducted interference

[kən′dək·təd ‚in·tər′fir·əns]
(communications)
Interfering signals arriving by direct coupling such as on communications and power lines.
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The other conducted interference type is common mode interference.
This specification requires tests for conducted interference at the mains terminal, interference power radiated from the mains lead and discontinuous interference or clicks.
The SVH Series meets the basic insulation requirements of EN60950 and the conducted interference limits of FCC Class B and IEC 61204-3 Class B with external filter.
Some methods have been used to reduce the conducted interferences [7], for example, grounding design and the layout design for printed circuit board (PCB).
The conducted interferences caused by power converter flow through battery, motor, cables, coupling capacitances and chassis.