Radiated interference | Article about radiated interference by The Free Dictionary
radiated interference[′rād·ē‚ād·əd ‚in·tər′fir·əns]
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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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.
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.