electromagnetic environment


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electromagnetic environment

[i¦lek·trō·mag′ned·ik en′vi·rən·mənt]
(communications)
The radio-frequency fields existing in a given area.
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Review contracts or product specifications to ensure that the intended operational electromagnetic environment is well defined.
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Essentially the S2AS provides spectrum managers with the ability to take a real time snapshot of the electromagnetic environment and compare the database records against the actual spectrum picture.
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But, although the technology is already commonplace in homes, it isn't designed to operate reliably in the harsh physical and electromagnetic environment found on aircraft.
A session dedicated to the electromagnetic environment will provide information on a variety of environments including shipboard and hospital.

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