Grounding is often viewed from separate points of view - safety, ESD, or EMI. This article combines all these aspects together so that practitioners can address grounding at the factories and in the laboratories in a comprehensive way.
When it comes to passing the final EMI Compliance test for a new design, the sooner testing begins, the more likely you can address potential issues. The cost to address a problem exponentially rises as the project nears completion. So, designing with EMI in mind can help prevent the first-time EMI compliance test failure rate of 50 to 80%. Save both time and money by learning how to discover & address potential issues early in the design cycle in this webinar. This application note discusses how to locate, diagnose, and fix EMI or EMC issues with a design.
Cellular telephones can interfere with medical equipment – Mayo Clinic concludes
Major news outlets in the Philadelphia metropolitan area report that the head of the city’s Fraternal Order of Police (FOP) has called on city officials to replace the two-and-a-half year old Motorola police radio system because of repeated communications failures.
The 2020 EOS/ESD Symposium featured a new EMC Special Session, organized in cooperation between the EMC Society and EOS/ESD Association. This Special Session was planned to emphasize the relationship between EMI/EMC and ESD.
The rear-screen heater in my BMW 3-Series causes so much interference when switched on that it’s impossible to listen to the car radio.
Chris van Rossman of Corvallis Oregon turned on his do-everything combo TV and got a big surprise—the police, the Civil Air Patrol, and the County Search and Rescue Officers knocked on his door.
Engineers at the University of California-Riverside have developed a film incorporating a nanomaterial filler that reportedly provides an effective shield against electromagnetic interference. According to a... Read More...
We are all aware of TVs and radios being affected by vacuum cleaners, food mixers, mobile phones, and the like...
A number of people who had been enjoying weightless activities in the non-spinning central hub of Virgin Space Ltd’s newest hotel “Arthur C Clarke III” found themselves trapped on the ‘ceiling’ for 15 minutes...