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CI (Conducted Immunity) – A measure of the immunity to RF energy coupled onto cables and wires of an electronic product. CISPR – French acronym for “Special International Committee on Radio Interference”. EMC Pocket Guide 58 Wyatt-4670090 wyat4670090-book May 23, 2013 14:40 59 Conducted – Energy transmitted via cables or PC board connections. Coupling Path – a structure or medium that transmits energy from a noise source to a victim circuit or system. CS (Conducted Susceptibility) – RF energy or electrical noise coupled onto I/O cables and power wiring that can disrupt electronic equipment.
Coupling Path – a structure or medium that transmits energy from a noise source to a victim circuit or system. CS (Conducted Susceptibility) – RF energy or electrical noise coupled onto I/O cables and power wiring that can disrupt electronic equipment. CW (Continuous Wave) – A sinusoidal waveform with a constant amplitude and frequency. EMC (Electromagnetic Compatibility) – The ability of a product to coexist in its intended electromagnetic environment without causing or suffering disruption or damage.
EUT (Equipment Under Test) – The device being evaluated. Far Field – When you get far enough from a radiating source the radiated field can be considered planar (or plane waves). S. Federal Communications Commission. FM (Frequency Modulation) – A technique for putting information on a sinusoidal “carrier” signal by varying the frequency of the carrier. IEC – International Electrotechnical Commission ISM (Industrial, Scientific and Medical equipment) – A class of electronic equipment including industrial controllers, test & measurement equipment, medical products and other scientific equipment.