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Methodology for Classifying Facilities With Respect to Intentional EMI

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3 Author(s)
Mansson, D. ; High Voltage Valley, Ludvika ; Thottappillil, R. ; Backstrom, M.

It is argued that it is the intent behind the electromagnetic interference in intentional electromagnetic interference (IEMI) that causes problems to large distributed systems and facilities even if they are designed by traditional zoning concept rules. Hardening such facilities against IEMI requires a correspondence between the electromagnetic zone boundary and the physical access control boundary. The three characteristics of a facility, the accessibility, susceptibility , and consequence, are discussed in the context of vulnerability to IEMI. A methodology for classification of facilities with respect to IEMI is presented.

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Electromagnetic Compatibility, IEEE Transactions on  (Volume:51 ,  Issue: 1 )