Improved electromagnetic compatibility standards for the interconnected wireless world
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The future is wireless, a world where everything is interconnected. However, the current standards for ensuring the electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) and the coexistence of such wireless systems urge for a major update. It is shown how novel statistical approaches based on the amplitude probability distribution detector and time-domain measurements are better suited for estimating the degradation caused by electromagnetic interferences on digital communication systems than the established practice of determining compliance according to the quasi-peak detector levels using a pass/fail criterion. Therefore, a redefinition of the test methods and of the compliance requirements in terms of EMC standards must be a priority of the international standardization bodies. Finally, a discussion of the fundamental challenges involved in this standardization breakthrough for EMC is delivered.
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CitationPous, M.; Azpurua, M. A.; Silva, F. Improved electromagnetic compatibility standards for the interconnected wireless world. A: International Symposium on Electromagnetic Compatibility. "2019 International Symposium on Electromagnetic Compatibility - EMC EUROPE". 2019, p. 1055-1060.
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