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Electromagnetic Interference, Microphones and Cables

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All electronic devices in the audio chain are to some extent susceptible to external electro-magnetic interference. Interfering signals are moving higher and higher in the radio frequency spectrum, the current must important disturbing element being mobile phones. Standardized measurement systems are available. Although mentioned in the relevant microphone standards, data is seldom published. Actual measurements on different microphones, cables and wiring topologies shall be presented and discussed.

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