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In the past few years, an efficient and effective interference program has become increasingly important in the design and development of most modern electronic systems. The difficulty of realistically anticipating the technical implications and ultimate cost of interference problems is well known. Furthermore, it is not always easy to find applicable information in the literature. A summary is presented here of some of the ways of minimizing the effects of hum, noise, and other kinds of "interference" in electronic equipment, and the compatibility of solutions to different types of interference is discussed. The important problem of integrating a responsible interference program into an existing system design project is introduced. A discussion of some prospective areas for future study is also included.