radiated interference

radiated interference

[′rād·ē‚ād·əd ‚in·tər′fir·əns]
(communications)
Interference which is transmitted through the atmosphere according to the laws of electromagnetic wave propagation; the term is generally considered to include the transfer of interfering energy in inductive or capacitive coupling.
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RF receiving antennas are arranged around the product to measure the radiated interference.
Bipolar leads sense less conducted and radiated interference because the electrode distance and the antenna are smaller than that of unipolar leads.
Accordingly, CS114 directly induces the current simulating the effects of exposure to radiated interference.
Emissions tests for radiated interference require open area test sites for repeatable and realistic results.
Compared to existing Class D solutions, the Si270x amplifier reduces radiated interference by 10X in the EMI compliance band, by 100X in the FM radio band and by 1000X across the AM band.
After a short introduction to signaling and radiated interference in digital systems, the book provides a detailed characterization of logic families in terms of static and dynamic characteristic useful for modeling techniques.
Following a short introduction to signalling and radiated interference in digital systems, the book provides a detailed characterization of logic families in terms of static and dynamic characteristic useful for modelling techniques.
CIMS is an active canceller that permits long-range voice communications in the presence of radiated interference from on-board jamming devices such as transmitters on aircraft radios.
CISPR 12, SAE J551, 2004/104/EC, don't discuss the impact of the driving profile on the corresponding real world radiated interferences.
The aim of the pulse profile is to analyze the effect of acceleration and deceleration on the corresponding radiated interferences.