VISAKHAPATNAM: There is a lot of scope in the fields of Electromagnectic Interference and Compatability, said SEMCI chairman DC Pandey while attending a two-day “International conference in Electromagnetic Interference and Compatability” held in Andhra University here Wednesday.
Pandey felt that in the defence sector there are stringent norms on emission and absorption for every equipment they run, but unfortunately it is not mandatory for the domestic appliances or gadgets that public use.
Vice-chancellor GSN Raju said that research scholars should work on more algorithms and designs related to magnetism.
The AU authorities said that AU had produced a lot of research works in this aspect. A total of 107 research papers related to the EMC would be presented during the two-day programme.