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Maxwell’s Equations, Quantum Electrodynamics, and good installation practices for SI, PI and EMC
This article is about how basic laws of physics result in a few simple and easy to understandengineering principles, allowing us to use good engineering practices in design and installation thatautomatically result in the best signal integrity (SI), power integrity (PI) and electromagneticcompatibility (EMC).
First published in the EMC Journal, Issue 91, November 2010
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