harmonic interference

harmonic interference

[här′män·ik ‚in·tər′fir·əns]
(communications)
Interference due to the presence of harmonics in the output of a radio transmission.
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By using a special transformer, WEG was also able to connect 12-pulse variable speed drives, resulting in less harmonic interference and thus higher energy efficiency.
I would say power failure caused by harmonic interference and then it can't propel straight or navigate and it hit rocks," said Mr Latarche.
The screw compressor uses a low harmonic, ABB industrial drive, which minimizes harmonic interference on the mains supply and avoids the use of complex solutions to ensure conformity with G5/4 requirements.