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If the noise-coupling mechanism can be ascertained, a logical solution can be determined to reduce coupling between source and receptor. Use of instrumentation (analyzers, scopes, antennas, sniffer probes, simulation software, etc.) can help isolate problem areas and permits implementation of design techniques and procedures to achieve EMC. The process of radiation between a source and receptor involves transference of an EM field through a propagation path that does not involve a metallic interconnect. Various modes of radiated coupling include transfer of EM energy from adjacent equipment through free space and natural coupling between similar EM environments such as power lines. A receptor may also receive EM noise or interference from exposure to connectors, signals, or other transmission lines within a product or circuit. 2.2.1 Common-Impedance Coupling Common-impedance coupling develops when both source and victim share a transmission path through a common impedance. The most frequent example of com-
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