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Where are the oscillators in automobiles?
1/29/2017

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 Today's automobiles depend more and more on sophisticated electronic control systems making drivers and passengers more comfortable as well as enhancing vehicle safety. It is important that these systems take measures to reduce radiated electromagnetic noise, which could cause interference with on-board or domestic radio reception, and they must reduce susceptibility to the electromagnetic fields that the vehicle will encounter on the road which could compromise vehicle safety.

Today’s automobiles depend more and more on sophisticated electronic control systems making drivers and passengers more comfortable as well as enhancing vehicle safety. It is important that these systems take measures to reduce radiated electromagnetic noise, which could cause interference with on-board or domestic radio reception, and they must reduce susceptibility to the electromagnetic fields that the vehicle will encounter on the road which could compromise vehicle safety.

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