By D. Sengupta, V. Liepa
Utilized Electromagnetics and Electromagnetic Compatibility bargains with Radio Frequency Interference (RFI), that's the reception of undesired radio indications originating from electronic electronics and digital gear. With todays speedy improvement of radio conversation, those undesired signs in addition to indications as a result of common phenomena resembling lightning, sparking, and others have gotten more and more vital within the normal zone of Electro Magnetic Compatibility (EMC).
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Lighting systems 0 Neon, mercury, argon, and sodium 0 Vapor lights 0 Fluorescent light fixtures 6. Medical Equipment 0 Diathermy 7. 0 Source: From , p. 7 HOME ENVIRONMENT A typical American home environment is filled with electrical and magnetic emissions from a variety of electrical, electromechanical and electronic systems that are in use in the home. Brief discussion of such noises and how to model them electrically for analysis are given in . Electromagnetic fields originating from various sources in the home have been probed and reported in [12-141.
42; [ 131. 8 Magnetic Flux Densities Measured at Different Distances from 115/200 V Appliances Appliance Electric ranges (over 10 kW) Electric ovens Microwave ovens Garbage disposals Coffee-makers Can openers Vacuum cleaners Hair dryers Electric shavers Televisions Fluorescent fixtures Saber and circular saws Source: From , p. 42, . 01-1 17 18 THE ELECTROMAGNETIC ENVIRONMENT Power line EM1 noise signals are produced by one or more of the following causes: (1) gap discharge or insulating film breakdown, (2) high-voltage corona discharge from conducting points with high potential gradient, and ( 3 ) line radiation of interference signal injected into the transmission system by equipment loads.