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Technical Tidbit - April 23, 2021

Remote EMC Problems
Remote EMC issue diagram

Figure 1.
An example of a remote EMC problem

Abstract: This Technical Tidbit covers a an example of an EMC problem that appears to be in one part of a system but, in fact, originates in a remote part of the system far from the observed problem.

EMC problems can be caused by a design issue far from where the problem appears to come from in a system.  Figure 1 shows an example of a remote EMC problem discussed in the video.

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