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  • Electromagnetic Field Measurements in the Near Field
    Electromagnetic Field Measurements in the Near Field. This text examines measuring methods for EMF, electric and magnetic fields, power density, and photonic EMF. The author describes methods that provide accurate data to aid in development of new, improved standards for labor safety and public
  • Caging Transformer: EMI Still An Important Design Issue (.pdf)
    of electromagnetic energy if poorly constructed or improperly integrated into the equipment. Thus, it should come as no surprise that power transformers, which handle high voltages and currents and produce strong electromagnetic fields, have the ability to deliver energy into the surrounding environment.
  • How to Reach Unrivaled Precision in Distance and Thickness Measurements with Confocal Sensors
    and the type and surface of the object are just a few of the numerous factors that determine the choice of sensor. Sensors based on an optical measurement principle have the advantage of being neither subject to effects of electromagnetic interference fields, nor to the effects of wear. In addition
  • Spiralock Fasteners Make Descent to Saturn's Largest Moon
    , temperature, and electromagnetic fields in what scientists have called "the biggest mystery of the solar system," a microphone onboard Huygens let us hear for the first time what another world sounds like. While your product may not travel the equivalent of 450,000 round trips between Los Angeles and New York
  • Dielectric Materials for Use in Radomes
    materials are advantageous. Dielectric Materials generally refers to a class of insulating materials that are poor conductors of electricity. They have the primary characteristic of becoming polarized (see Image 1) when placed in an electromagnetic field. Conduction does not occur due to the lack of free
  • The 5 Best Industry Applications For Linear And Rotary Solenoids
    Electromechanical devices (e.g., linear and rotary solenoids) play a tremendous role in manufacturing processes and thousands of consumer products which make our lives easier and more productive. Both linear and rotary solenoids operate by converting an electrical signal into a magnetic field