Almost all EMC engineers these days are familiar with MIL-STD-461 and its various revisions because it has influenced the procedures in virtually all present day EMC standards. The original document and the A, B and C revisions all had requirements for measuring both broadband (BB) and narrowband (NB) emissions. When MIL-STD-461 was first released (July 31, 1967), the … [Read more...]
Are they out to get us?
I didn’t realize when I addressed the smart meter RF situation that it was turning into such an uproar. Now, on top of the RADHAZ comments, people are expressing concern about protection of privacy. It seems that a lot of people have a difficult time believing in RF hazards because they can’t smell, feel, touch, taste, etc. the lower RF energy levels and, therefore, a hazard … [Read more...]
Protecting the Earth’s Limited Resources
May marks the dawn of a new blog created by Interference Technology with emphasis on Electromagnetic Compatibility. I am honored to have been asked to serve as the blogger in this newest venture to reach out to members of the community. I have written many articles over the years and have always strived to make them purely technical, easily readable, and non commercial. This … [Read more...]