Want to figure out EMI/RFI in the nuclear power industry? Already watched my introductory video? Then you are ready to watch this next video . . . .
To figure out EMI and RFI in the nuclear power industry, the electrical engineer needs to be familiar with three main sets of standards: the US FCC standards, the European standards, and US military standards. They are all different, and it can be daunting trying to figure out where to begin.
I’d like to make a helpful suggestion.
I think you should start with the US standards. They are easy to learn, and they form a solid foundation upon which you can then move on to the others, which are more complicated.
I have made a short video that steps you through the US standards. You’ll basically learn 80% of what you need to know about US EMI/RFI (EMC) emissions requirements in less than 14 minutes.
I also use plain English so you can understand it. You can always expand your knowledge by going to the Code of Federal Regulations (Title 47, Part 15) and reading the rules straight from the horse’s mouth (which I recommend that you do), but you’ll make your job much easier if you watch my video first.