Spectral Analysis of Electromagnetic Compatibility

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  •   Raghavendra Dakuri Venkata

Abstract

The report's main aim was to transmit the frequency signals without any disturbances and compute the time and frequencies of energies. Conduct the data burst system with the help of an anechoic chamber to study the electromagnetic interference and utilise the spectrum analyser to identify the required frequency during the conduction of signal transmission and minimise the noise disturbances.


Keywords: Anechoic Chamber, Data Burst, Electromagnetic Compatibility, Spectral Analysis.

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Dakuri Venkata, R. 2021. Spectral Analysis of Electromagnetic Compatibility. European Journal of Engineering and Technology Research. 6, 7 (Nov. 2021), 38-41. DOI:https://doi.org/10.24018/ej-eng.2021.6.7.2596.