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The IET's Code of Practice on Electromagnetic Resilience first published February 2017
The direct successor to the IET’s 2013 guide:“Overview of techniques and measures related to EMC for Functional Safety”
The IET’s 2013 guide and 2017 Code of Practice both describe the first practical methods of ensuring that EMI should not cause modern digital systems to suffer from intolerable / unacceptable risks without the increased size, weight and costs associated with the above approach.
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