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Research Paper | Electronics & Communication Engineering | Libya | Volume 12 Issue 4, April 2023
Defining the Risks of Electromagnetic Interference and Proposing Electromagnetic Compatibility's Standards for Libyan State
Ahmed Othman Mohamed | Saleh Faraj Mansour
Abstract: It goes without saying that the aspects of the scientific progress achieved by humans in the modern era of the development is the rapid devotement in electrical devices used in homes, institutions and utilities for purposes such as lighting, heating, air conditioning, industrial places, communications devices and medical equipment. besides, the effective role played by this technology in raising the level of comfort and saving money and time for the people in various parts of his or her life, but these devices have become a source of essential bases of environmental pollution that threaten human's health and affecting the electrical appliances in that environment due to electromagnetic interference. Therefore, this article discusses definition of undesirable Electro-Magnetic Interference by brief some of regulations of Electro-Magnetic Compatibility, starting with the general and scientific definition of Electro-Magnetic Compatibility and its history. Furthermore, this paper covers the most important and difficult Electro-Magnetic Compatibility's standards. Finally, the paper reviewing some of the US and European standard to drive from them a proposed method to create standards for Libyan state by calculating the average between the same type form European and US Standard.
Keywords: magnetic, EMC, Interference
Edition: Volume 12 Issue 4, April 2023,
Pages: 347 - 352