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Using the 'Test Wire' Method as an Alternative to the CISPR 12 Full Vehicle Measurement Method

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Using the 'Test Wire' Method as an Alternative to the CISPR 12 Full Vehicle Measurement Method. / Paterson, Max; Dawson, John F.

Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC EUROPE), 2016 International Symposium on. 2016.

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Paterson, M & Dawson, JF 2016, Using the 'Test Wire' Method as an Alternative to the CISPR 12 Full Vehicle Measurement Method. in Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC EUROPE), 2016 International Symposium on. EMC Europe 2016, Wroclaw, Poland, 5/09/16. https://doi.org/10.1109/EMCEurope.2016.7739204

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Paterson, M., & Dawson, J. F. (Accepted/In press). Using the 'Test Wire' Method as an Alternative to the CISPR 12 Full Vehicle Measurement Method. In Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC EUROPE), 2016 International Symposium on https://doi.org/10.1109/EMCEurope.2016.7739204

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Paterson M, Dawson JF. Using the 'Test Wire' Method as an Alternative to the CISPR 12 Full Vehicle Measurement Method. In Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC EUROPE), 2016 International Symposium on. 2016 https://doi.org/10.1109/EMCEurope.2016.7739204

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Paterson, Max ; Dawson, John F. / Using the 'Test Wire' Method as an Alternative to the CISPR 12 Full Vehicle Measurement Method. Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC EUROPE), 2016 International Symposium on. 2016.

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