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RSS paper at EMCTLA Jan 98, updated Jun 02
The RSS approach to achieving EMC compliance
This article is based upon a presentation by Keith Armstrong to the EMC Test Labs Association’s (EMCTLA's) seminar "CE+CE=CE?" on the 27th January 1998. It describes the little-used but powerful "RSS approach" which can provide very simple and low-cost EMC compliance for companies who create their own products by integrating electrical and electronic products made by others.
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