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A review of electromagnetic compatibility/interference measurement methodologies

By: Crawford, M.L.; Kanda, M.; Ma, M.T.; Larsen, E.B.;

1985 / IEEE

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This item was taken from the IEEE Periodical ' A review of electromagnetic compatibility/interference measurement methodologies ' This paper presents a review summary of radiated emission and susceptibility measurement methodologies currently used for assessing the electromagnetic compatibility/interference (EMC/EMI) characteristics of electronic devices and systems. In particular, measurement methods using open sites, transverse electromagnetic (TEM) cells, reverberating chambers, and anechoic chambers are discussed, in light of their technical justifications and bases, their strengths and limitations, and interpretation of the measured results.