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System-Level Grounding

Safety, ESD, EMI - grounding is done for many reasons. The OnFILTER' article written for inCompliance Magazine summarizes all of them, and this newsletter shortens it even more.

Measuring EMI on Live AC Power

How to Know How Much EMI is Riding on Your AC Power Without Burning Your Instrument?

Why There is Still Plenty of EMI if All Equipment is EMC-Compliant?

Wouldn't EMC compliance assure low EMI levels? Read up why this isn't quite true

What is EMI?  A formal definition of Electromagnetic Interference is that it is a malfunction of equipment caused by excessive high-frequency signals, either radiated (via air), or conducted (via wires).  Often it is also called RFI - Radio Frequency Interference.  Most conventionally, EMI is understood as undesirable high-frequency signals, and EMI filters as devices that suppress such signals while preserving the "good" ones.         

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