1970-02-01

Design and Installation Considerations for Minimizing Electromagnetic Interference (EMI) 700215

Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) is a severe problem area confronting design and installation engineers of electrical and electronic equipment. This paper outlines several of the many EMC problem areas confronting the aircraft manufacturer when installing and interfacing various types of electrical and electronic equipment. It also provides some design criteria that will minimize EMC problems if applied during the design and installation of the equipment.

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