Practical considerations of the topological approach to electromagnetic interference control
Grodek, Thomas Leopold
Jauregui, Stephen E., Jr.
Vincent, Wilbur R.
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The topological approach to electromagnetic interference control is described and explained for background. Some of the issues concerning the implementation of an equipment level topological barrier at electronics facilities are discussed. Experiments are conducted on a common 19-inch equipment rack to investigate and evaluate topological grounding techniques and the proper connection of a penetrating conductor filter. Additional experiments are conducted to evaluate the use of double-shielded coaxial cable.
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