We analyze the radiated emissions from a low power electrosurgical unit (ESU). Measurements at a 3-meter distance are performed in order to find a suitable measurement setup intended to reproduce realistically the real working ESU behavior in a test lab. The broad-band and narrow-band characteristics of the perturbation are studied in order to address the other equipment immunity.
CitationFernandez Chimeno, M; Quilez, M; Silva, F. Understanding electrosurgical unit perturbations in order to address hospital operating room electromagnetic compatibility. IEEE Transactions on Biomedical Engineering, 2006 vol.53, núm. 6 p.1206-1209
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