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SachinEE
SachinEE
11/30/2014 1:40:21 PM
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Re: Lumberjack House
Even the lumberjck house will have EMI from neighboring house or power transmission lines above or the cellular coverage in the near by.


@nasimson, true. We cannot escape from EMI interference. As you mentioned power transmission lines or cellular coverage in the near by places definitely creates EMI interference. I am not sure if there is a way out.

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SachinEE
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11/30/2014 1:29:52 PM
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Re: Lumberjack House
In the future, when any house or building is in the market, EMI pollution level might be indicated in the mortgage paper.

@DaeJ, Is government framing new laws to disclose the EMI pollution levels in mortgage paper ? If that happens that would be a welcome move.


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SachinEE
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11/30/2014 1:27:47 PM
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Re: Re : EMI Noise, Part 2: Don't Be the Victim
 Well its not easy indeed but it can be measured only when the situation demands

@chirshadblog, I am not clear about situation demands. What kind of situation demand are you referring to ?

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nasimson
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11/30/2014 7:46:50 AM
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Re: Lumberjack House
@ Daej:

> It is a pure and zero EMI environments surrounding lumberjack
> house. It seems like modern house or building might have EMI
> pollution that unfortunately, people could not feel anything. In
> the future, when any house or building is in the market, EMI
> pollution level might be indicated in the mortgage paper.

Even the lumberjck house will have EMI from neighboring house or power transmission lines above or the cellular coverage in the near by.

As far as the mortgage paper is concerned, you are  joking, right? Or am I missing something here?

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DaeJ
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11/2/2014 1:15:36 PM
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Lumberjack House
It is a pure and zero EMI environments surrounding lumberjack house. It seems like modern house or building might have EMI pollution that unfortunately, people could not feel anything. In the future, when any house or building is in the market, EMI pollution level might be indicated in the mortgage paper.

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chirshadblog
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10/31/2014 2:22:51 PM
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Re: Re : EMI Noise, Part 2: Don't Be the Victim
@sunita: Well its not easy indeed but it can be measured only when the situation demands 

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SunitaT0
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10/31/2014 1:41:07 PM
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Re : EMI Noise, Part 2: Don't Be the Victim
@Edgardo, thanks a lot for the informative post. I am curious to know how difficult or easy is it to find the Identify the source and the coupling path and is it necessary to implement all the EMI suppression methods ?

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vasanjk
vasanjk
10/31/2014 12:12:15 PM
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Re: common mode vs differential emi
I would like to reframe my query.

 

How to approach and handle both?

Which one comes first or is it depending on the application?

 

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vasanjk
vasanjk
10/31/2014 12:09:01 PM
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common mode vs differential emi
Hi Edgardo

 

I would definitely say that this is one of those very informative posts with a practical and direct approach.

 

By the way, in regard to Emi noise - both common mode and differential, how can a designer approach in a decisive manner?

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