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EMC techniques in electronic design Part 6 - ESD, electromechanical devices, power factor correction
This is the sixth and final article in this series on basic good-practice electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) techniques in electronic design, published during 2006-8. It is intended for designers of electronic modules, products and equipment, but to avoid having to write modules/products/equipment throughout – everything that is sold as the result of a design process will be called a ‘product’ here.
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