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Ch 14: Electrical Interference in Engineering

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Review the material in this chapter to learn about the different kinds of electromagnetic interference engineers deal with. These lessons help you study for your exams, prepare for an assignment or explore exciting engineering topics.

Electrical Interference in Engineering - Chapter Summary

Electrical and electromagnetic interference affect many different electronic devices engineers develop. These lessons will explain different types of electromagnetic and radio interference. They will show how an electromagnetic pulse can damage sensitive electronics and different ways radios deal with frequency interference. When you have completed each lesson,you can test what you have learned with the interactive lesson quizzes. These lessons are designed with convenience in mind and can be taken on a wide variety of devices. Using these lessons, you will learn about:

  • What an electromagnetic pulse (EMP) is
  • How electromagnetic interference is created
  • The different types of electromagnetic interference
  • Why radio frequency interference occurs
  • What co-channel interference is
  • The formula used to figure the signal-to-noise ratio

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