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Development of a Low Cost EMP Protection Concept for Emergency Operations Centers.
Final rept. Oct 70-Sep 81,
NAVAL CIVIL ENGINEERING LAB PORT HUENEME CA
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Electromagnetic pulse EMP shielding, isolation, and protection for emergency operations center type communications equipments has been reduced to a minimum size and cost through development testing, utilizing a concept of shielding, single entry, and in-line transient voltage protection. Shielding for direct induced EMP is balanced against protectors for direct connected EMP to result in EMP voltages at equipment input connections on the order of 5 to 10 volts peak with simulated EMP fields on the order of 10 kVm and direct connected EMP of thousands of volts peak. Author
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