Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) and interference suppression
Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) consists of two elements. One is understood as the ability of a device to continue providing reliable service when exposed to electromagnetism from external sources. The second aspect focuses on electromagnetic fields generated by the same device; these should remain minimal in order to avoid creating interference that would impinge upon the quality of radio reception, etc. in the vicinity.
KeywordsInterference Signal Electronic Control Unit Interference Suppression Ignition System Anechoic Chamber
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