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Inductive interference

Canada. Department of Transport. Telecommunications Division.

Inductive interference

variation of field strength with distance.

by Canada. Department of Transport. Telecommunications Division.

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Published by Department of Transport in Ottawa .
Written in English


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SeriesCircular S11-13-47
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Open LibraryOL20279217M

The basic theoretic background of inductive interference is explained. The reduction factors of the communication cable, railway system and environment are mentioned and clarified. interference. (Refer to the Precautions for Correct Use in the Safety Precautions for All Proximity Sensors.) Care must also be taken to prevent the effects of surrounding metallic objects on Inductive Proximity Sensors, and to prevent the effects of all surrounding objects on Capacitive Proximity Sensors. 8. There are Two-wire Sensors.

Interference: Problems and Solutions, by C. M. Suche “The telecommunications industry is experiencing power induction problems today that were anticipated by responsible and knowledgeable engineers many years ago. Many fine inductive coordination practices were written prior to and during the time power companies started converting. The waves alternate in time between constructive interference and destructive interference, giving the resulting wave a time-varying amplitude. The wave resulting from the superposition of two similar-frequency waves has a frequency that is the average of the two.

Inductive power transmission shielding will ensure that the power is transferred where it is required, without causing undue interference to any item of electronic equipment in the vicinity which is a prime requirement. Inductive power transmission shielding basics. Inductive power transmission shielding can take a variety of forms. A tutorial on the physical process by which power lines induce interference in neighbouring buried communications cables is presented. The discussion is based on the interpretation of existing models and a plausibility argument for the current distribution in the earth below a transmission by: 3.


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