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An Introduction to Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) and Electromagnetic Interference (EMI) for Audio System Designers
Electromagnetic compatibility and electromagnetic interference engineering are well-developed fields, and many of the concepts and techniques used by professionals in this discipline are brought forward. This will allow audio system designers to begin to understand why many of the techniques used in audio engineering exist and will put them in a better position to make further use of these techniques in difficult situations and new designs.
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