However, the normal mode noise and common mode noise that cause radiation noise
increase in proportion to a faster switching speed.
The radiation noise
reduction effect is therefore significantly better than can be obtained using a single-type coating.
 Takayuki Koizumi, 2003."An Analysis of Radiation Noise
from Rolling Tire Vibration" JSAE Review.
We are aware that when conduction noise appears in an electric circuit along transmission lines, we experience the appearance of radiation noise from the transmission lines simultaneously.
We experience electromagnetic noise as a form of radiation noise like that from transmission lines when conduction noise propagates through transmission lines in an electric circuit.
Wu, "Effects of reverse radiation noise
on millimeter-wave radiometric imaging at short range," Progress In Electromagnetics Research M, Vol.
By using this structure, the IC can be mounted directly above the power inductor coil with almost no pattern length to diminish leakage radiation noise
. The I/O connections are also routed through this same ferrite substrate to create a function similar to ferrite beads that significantly reduces conductive noise.
results from the fact that sources of electromagnetic radiation themselves exhibit an inherent temporal variability by virtue of the statistical nature of the photon emission process.
During the practical imaging experiments carried out at a short range (about 1-2 m), it is found that the output signal of imaging system sometimes does not follow with the changes of the object's radiation characteristics, and there exists phenomenon just like the specular reflection in a radar detection system, both of which arise from the internally generated reverse radiation noise
. Reverse radiation noise
is referred to the noise power radiated by a receiver via antenna, which is reflected by objects of being imaged and in turn collected by the receiving antenna again.