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Military and Aerospace EMC: Portable Electronics Onboard Aircraft – Part 2

Committee SC-202, comprised of over 100 members from various industries, was formed to address safety concerns related to the use of transmitting portable electronic devices (T-PEDs) like those with cellular and wireless capabilities on an aircraft.

Military and Aerospace EMC: Portable Electronics Onboard Aircraft – Part 1

Patrick Andre looks at the potential risks of personal electronic devices interfering with aircraft systems and the efforts by industry groups to address this issue.

FCC Issue Citations for Harmful Interference Traced to Surveillance Cameras

The U.S. Federal Communications Commission (FCC) has recently issued citations to two separate parties...

Unintended Satellite Emissions May Interfere with Radio Astronomy

In the 21st century, we rely more and more on earth-orbiting satellites to support...

FCC Threatens Fines for Illegal Use of Mobile Frequencies

A Pennsylvania man has been ordered to cease operating surveillance cameras that are interfering...
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FCC Issues Citation for Operation of Interference-Generating TV Antenna

A NY resident has been ordered by the U.S. Federal Communications Commission (FCC) to...

U.S. FCC Orders Residents to Disconnect Security Camera Causing Harmful Interference

The U.S. Federal Communications Commission (FCC) has issued a formal warning against two people...

Digital Hearing Aids: Designing for EMC Compliance

To protect the hearing health of hearing aid users, researchers in the relevant areas have been studying the effects of EMI on hearing aids.

Solar Panel Systems May Not Meet EMC Standards

The Netherlands national Amateur Radio Society has elevated concerns regarding potential radio operation interference...

Exploring the Characteristics of Field Coupled Crosstalk

Interference between circuits is a common occurrence, which is increasingly problematic with our ever condensing technology operating in a wide range of operating frequencies. This interference, known as crosstalk, can be conducted or radiated, and we refer to the circuits generating and receiving this interference as either the source or receptor.
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