electromagnetic noise


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electromagnetic noise

[i¦lek·trō·mag′ned·ik ′nȯiz]
(electricity)
Noise in a communications system resulting from undesired electromagnetic radiation. Also known as radiation noise.
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When the researchers later shielded the birds from background electromagnetic noise, the birds oriented to the correct migratory direction.
5 microseconds -- 32 MHz phase-locked loop: virtually eliminates the need for expensive, high-speed crystals or noise-producing oscillators -- EMS (Electromagnetic Susceptibility) performance offers greater isolation of electromagnetic noise from its environment
As the use of electronics in automobiles expands rapidly, it is necessary to develop products that are resistant to electromagnetic interference, and that do not themselves emit unnecessary electromagnetic noise.
In order to accurately transmit the human voice, in-vehicle microphones have to account for road vibration, air movement, blower noise, electromagnetic noise generated by the vehicles own electrical currents, and additional sounds coming from the radio and other vehicle occupants.
Sharp Microelectronics of the Americas (SMA) announces the availability of new Plastic Optical Fiber (POF) modules that maintain the highest digital audio signal quality and eliminate problematic electromagnetic noise.
This construction is ideal for installations that may be subjected to higher than normal external electromagnetic noise interference.
By superimposing an inaudible counteracting electromagnetic noise field on the cell phone's regularly pulsing electromagnetic fields, the repair mechanisms function at top speed again.
We tested both the electromagnetic noise and infrared signals produced by the Furby, operated the Furby in close proximity to medical equipment, and found no reason to believe that the toy could pose a threat to hospital equipment," says Albert de Richemond, Associate Director of ECRI's Health Devices Group.
Unlike wire cables, fiber optic cables are not subject to cross talk or electromagnetic noise, and they cannot be tapped into (e.
Because it transmits information as light rather than electricity, fiber optic technology is immune to electrical interference, electromagnetic noise, lightning and power failure.

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