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Implications of electromagnetic compatibility for product manufacture in the factory environment

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The future of any industry depends on its' ability to produce high quality, reliable goods, on time and at competitive prices. It is therefore a pre-requisite to test products and ensure all aspects of the product operates not only to customer expectations but also to regulations regarding its electromagnetic compatibility. This paper examines the choice, definition and effect of such testing, for a world leading security manufacturing enterprise

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Factory 2000 - The Technology Exploitation Process, Fifth International Conference on (Conf. Publ. No. 435)

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2-4 Apr 1997

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