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What is EMI?
Electromagnetic interference or EMI is an electrical disturbance (interference or noise) in a system due to natural phenomena, low-frequency waves from electromechanical devices or high-frequency waves from ICs and other electronic devices.
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Date Title Blog Views comment number
2011-06-21 Minimizing EMI with spread-spectrum clocking: clever or cheat?
( emi ? rfi ? spread-spectrum clocking ? )
Planet Analog 34463 7
2011-03-29 EMI and ESD—The Ghost in our Machines
( emi ? esd ? transmitter ? )
Break Points 91648 30
2011-11-24 Confronting ESD and EMI
( emi ? esd ? transient noise ? )
The Cole /bin 59072 18
2011-09-02 The microprocessor at 40 - The beginning of electronics (Part 2)
( emi ? ohm's law ? resistor ? )
Break Points 91648 30
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