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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Reference [5] is an example of an earlier study on radiated electromagnetic noise propagation paths.
Caption: The European robin, a different species from the North American kind, can lose its compass sense when exposed to a background of human-generated electromagnetic noise.
7) With the new circuit theory of the MTL system, we conclude that only a S3L circuit can decouple the normal mode from the common and antenna modes, and can thus reduce the electromagnetic noise in an electric circuit.
It has already been reported that the display image on a personal computer (PC) that employs either a cathode ray tube (CRT) or a liquid crystal display (LCD) monitor using the raster scan method can be reconstructed by receiving and analyzing the electromagnetic noise [8,9].
We have investigated the way of filtering noisy AE hits, which come from friction or electromagnetic noise.
JM: The FCC filtering graphs are misleading and don't portray the potential issues: they do not address the impact of multiple devices communicating with each other, nor the potential aggregate effect to the electromagnetic noise floor.
One alternative is fiber-optic cables, which are immune to electromagnetic noise and can carry more signal traffic than a comparably sized metal conductor.
As a result, system designers are making the transition to optical interconnects, which handle much higher bandwidths for longer reach lengths, consume less power, improve electromagnetic noise resistance and provide more flexible cable management than copper-based solutions.
The electromagnetic noise generated from a power control unit (DCDC converters, inverters) in a hybrid vehicle (HV) causes interference in an AM radio, as shown in Fig.
Additionally, the powertrain requires specialized filters to reduce electromagnetic noise, voltage spikes, and ground currents in order to further extend the life of the electric motor and to reduce interference with communication systems within the vehicle.
Generally, electromagnetic noise is classified according to its source atmospheric or man-made noise.
In addition to electromagnetic noise reduction, the TLC59282 has high-precision channel-to-channel and chip-to-chip accuracy, which ensures that uniform current is supplied to each LED string.

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