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Electromagnetic compatibility

Electromagnetic compatibility

Even with our advanced technical knowledge and having in mind plenty of physical laws, the human being relays on its five senses and tends not to consider what cannot be seen, heard, touched, or smelt. Some crucial aspects of modern technology are often unnoticed but are essential for the seamless operations of our electronic devices: electromagnetic compatibility, or EMC, and the role of filtering devices.

Electromagnetic fields exist overall in nature as well, and any unwired human communication needs electromagnetic fields to reach its destination.

In our increasingly interconnected world, electronic devices have become ubiquitous, ranging from smartphones to household appliances to industrial machinery. However, with this proliferation of devices comes the challenge of ensuring that they can all coexist without interfering with each other's operation. This is where electromagnetic compatibility comes into play. Electromagnetic compatibility refers to the ability of electronic devices to operate properly in their intended electromagnetic environment without causing or being susceptible to electromagnetic interference.

Electromagnetic fields in military operations plays a role of first importance: where our five senses capabilities, even with magnifier instruments, cannot reach correct visibilities to target and enemies, they provide clear evidence of presence during operations and transfers.

The issue is becoming widely known and experienced from the armed forces, and the EMC requirements are about to be more and more essential into the supply of any kind of electronic device to be used on any kind of military vehicle.

Have you ever heard of MIL-STD-461 or AECTP 500 compliance?