electromagnetic interference

What is electromagnetic interference?

electromagnetic interference meaning Low frequency electromagnetic waves that emanate from electromechanical devices. An electromagnetic disturbance caused by such radiating and transmitting sources as heavy duty motors and power lines can induce unwanted voltages in electronic circuits, damage components and cause malfunctions. See: radiofrequency interference.

 

reference: U.S . Food & Drug – Glossary of Computer System Software Development Terminology (8/95)

Tags: