Tag Archives: EMC

Interference of Things

These days, we often hear the abbreviation IoT, which refers to the Internet of Things. For me, the abbreviation triggered the term “Interference of Things”. We live in an age of ever growing numbers of devices, that all have one thing in common: they need power and thus can be the source of unwanted emissions…. Continue reading »

More noise

More noise

In a recent post, I reported about my situation, comparing it with CISPR limits and came to the conclusion that these limits do not offer the required protection to comply with the European EMC directive. On the web, I found a report on the website of the European Communications Committee (ECC report 024, local copy),… Continue reading »

Noise, noise, noise

Noise, noise, noise

One of the most disturbing developments of the current time is the vast amount of electronic devices that are produced and fin their way to homes and businesses. Electronics have been around for many years, but in the past, these were mostly of an analogue nature. Yes, there were compatibility problems, but most problems were… Continue reading »