electronic interference

electronic interference

[i‚lek′trän·ik ‚int·ər·′fir·əns]
(electronics)
Any electrical or electromagnetic disturbance that causes undesirable response in electronic equipment.
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It is a global problem exacerbated after American accusations of Russian electronic interference to influence voters in the last presidential election.
Normally, we have multiple ways to make a UAV crash, including shooting it down or using electronic interference to misguide it.
EMI suppression filters are a critical component in implantable medical devices because they provide effective, reliable, cost effective protection from external electronic interference that can degrade device performance.
EMI suppression filters are a critical component for implantable medical devices because they provide effective, reliable, cost effective protection from external electronic interference that can degrade device performance.
Description The primary purpose of a Military Influence Overlay District (MIOD) is to minimize communities interferences and potential for undesirable encroachment with nearby military training and operations through the limitation of structure height, light and glare and electronic interference.
It is used to provide power to negate the power interruptions associated with the main energy such as sags and surges and to filter out unwanted interruptions such as harmonics and electronic interference.
He uses recording devices, such as cameras and sonars, to investigate electricity, frequency, architectural space and paranormal electronic interference.
Light weight, limitless power, direct driver feedback, no electronic interference and… an open top.
I guess everything changes, pal, but I, for one, will continue to resist, hoping for less electronic interference and fields of peas.
Under the new guidelines, airlines whose planes are properly protected from electronic interference may allow passengers to use the devices during takeoffs, landings and taxiing, the FAA said.
The report by an industry-government committee recommends allowing tablets and e-readers to remain on at altitudes below 10,000 feet on newer planes that are designed to resist electronic interference, but says larger devices such as laptops or DVD players should still be stowed for takeoff and landing so they don't pose a physical hazard, according to people familiar with the matter.
The report by an industry-government committee recommends allowing tablets and e-readers to remain on at altitudes below 10,000 feet on newer aircraft that are designed to resist electronic interference, but says larger devices such as laptops or DVD players should still be stowed for takeoff and landing so they don't pose a physical hazard, according to people familiar with the matter.

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