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Electromagnetic compatibility: new trends for new standards

Abstract : Interference between radio systems may occur if they share the same environment and use close frequencies at the same time. To ensure their successful coexistence, the Electro- magnetic Compatibility (EMC) established rules and regulations within standardisation bodies and aims to protect these systems from harmful interference. Nowadays, with the proliferation of wireless communications and digital technologies, in addition to electronics evolution inside radio terminals, some additional parameters and new techniques are needed to represent more accurately the interference environment and guarantee radio systems coexistence. In this work, we provide an overview of the main standards related to EMC approaches and measure- ment techniques currently in use, and we show the benefits of considering time-domain parameters in the EMC analysis.
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Najett Neji, Raul de Lacerda, Felipe Nyland, Lionel Pichon. Electromagnetic compatibility: new trends for new standards. ICC'2012, Jun 2012, Ottawa, Canada. pp.6966 - 6970. ⟨hal-00779112⟩

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