1957-01-01

GENERAL CONSIDERATIONS IN THE TRANSIENT ISOLATION PROBLEM 570137

Too much attention has been given to the analysis of the transient disturbances to which present day electronic gear is exposed. It does not necessarily follow that such extremely detailed examinations lead to practical engineering procedures which will produce equipment resistant to or be immune to such transient excitations. Much more attention should be given to reduce this wealth of material to a level where designers of equipment can formulate yardsticks which can be a part of the many other accepted standard procedures and which are now common practice in order to build equipment compatible with certain environments.

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