EDN Designers Guide to Electromagnetic Compatibility

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9780750676540: EDN Designers Guide to Electromagnetic Compatibility
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The European Union EMI/EMC Directive states that Member States (i.e. anyone selling electrical components or equipment of any sort in Europe) shall take all appropriate measures to ensure that apparatus as referred to in Article 2 (all apparatus liable to cause electromagnetic disturbance or the performance of which is liable to be affected by such disturbance) may be placed on the market or taken into service only if it complies with the requirements laid down by this Directive when it is properly installed and maintained and when it is used for the purposes for which it is intended.

*Provides practical, honest and to-the-point advice and information from leading industry sources
*Endorsed by EDN magazine the leading publication for electrical engineering and design
*Enables faster, cheaper compliance with the EMC directive

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Anyone selling electrical components or equipment of any sort in Europe and therefore the world needs to understand the standards detailed in this book.

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*Provides practical, honest and to-the-point advice and information from leading industry sources
*Endorsed by EDN magazine the leading publication for electrical engineering and design
*Enables faster, cheaper compliance with the EMC directive

In 1996, enforcement of the mandatory European Union EMI/EMC (electromagnetic interference and eletromagnetic compatibility) Directive began. Before that time, many designers were just beginning to worry about "EMI problems". Now, 8 years later, the same EMI and EMC problems still exist, and some new ones have emerged as well and now correctly handling these problems is not only prudent it is required. The information in this book enables faster, cheaper compliance with the EMI/EMC Directive.

Electromagnetic Interference (EMI) are disturbances caused by waves of interference (radio, heat, light waves, etc.) that can impair the reception of the desired transmitted signal. Interference degrades a signal making receipt difficult if not impossible. For example a CB radio disturbing a video signal resulting in a distorted picture on a TV using an antenna.

Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) is the ability of electronic devices and equipment to operate without suffering from or causing degradation of performance as a result of electromagnetic radiation.

The European Union EMI/EMC Directive states that Member States (i.e. anyone selling electrical components or equipment of any sort in Europe) shall take all appropriate measures to ensure that apparatus as referred to in Article 2 (all apparatus liable to cause electromagnetic disturbance or the performance of which is liable to be affected by such disturbance) may be placed on the market or taken into service only if it complies with the requirements laid down by this Directive when it is properly installed and maintained and when it is used for the purposes for which it is intended.

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