Natural sources of EMI

Natural ElectroMagnetic Interference (EMI) is caused by natural sources of EMI such as  rain spray, storms, solar radiation,  electrical storms, and cosmic noises. Natural sources of EMI are broadly classified in two main categories: ...

Types of EMI

EMI stands for Electromagnetic Interference. It is a generalization of an older terminology RFI (Radio Frequency Interference). EMI can be defined as an electromagnetic or electro static disturbance that causes malfunctioning or undesired response in one ...

EMI coupling methods

EMI is the short form of Electromagnetic Interference. It is a generalization of an older terminology RFI (Radio Frequency Interference). Electromagnetic Interference can be defined as an electro-static/electro-magnetic disturbance which results in malfunctioning or undesired response in ...

Electromagnetic Interference

As the name clearly suggests, EMI stands for Electromagnetic Interference. It is a generalization of an older terminology RFI (Radio Frequency Interference). EMI can be defined as an electromagnetic or electro static disturbance that causes malfunctioning ...