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Every electric product designed and manufactured worldwide must meet electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) regulations. If you are a working engineer or technician, the Electromagnetic Compatibility Pocket Guide: Key EMC Facts, Equation and Data is your fastest and easiest path to the answers you need to achieve compliance in your designs. This practical reference guide allows you to find the key reasoning behind electromagnetic interference and help you propose a solution without losing time delving into the larger references that contain more theory than practical information. After a quick overview of the fundamentals of EMI/EMC, it dives immediately in to issues such as oscilloscope settings, cable terminations, connector bonding, shielding, common PC board issues, troubleshooting with current probes and antennas, and much more. The Electromagnetic Compatibility Pocket Guide is the first place to look while designing for EMC and your guide to thwarting electromagnetic interference.Key Features:* Concise constant-use guide addressing the most common reasons for compliance failure* Get needed answers quickly and move on to other design issues* Pocket-size, easy to carry and use, made of durable stock for continual serviceNote: This product is available for customization and bulk order discounts. Click here for more information. Contact the Marketing Associate to discuss quantity discounted rates.
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Arthur Watt (12 December 1891 – 8 October 1973) was an Australian cricketer. He played seven first-class matches for Tasmania between 1911 and 1926.
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