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Due to regulations restricting electromagnetic noise emissions, electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) has become an increasingly important factor in the design of digital electronic devices and components. Suitable for advanced undergraduate and graduate courses, this textbook explains the fundamentals of applied electromagnetics within the context of EMC. Sample topics include spectral analysis, transmission lines, electromagnetic shielding, and electrostatic discharge. Some techniques for measuring emissions to ensure FCC compliance are described in the final chapter.
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