Methods and Means of Ensuring Interference Resistance of High-Speed Electronic Devices

  • Anatoly Belous
  • Vitali Saladukha


One of the most important requirements for electronic devices and systems is to ensure their high reliability. In a broad sense, the term “reliability” describes the ability of a device to perform all the required functions for a long time without failures and without errors.


Noise resistance Reliability High-speed electronic devices Passive intermodulation Intermodulation distortions Protective microwave devices Electromagnetic interferences 


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  • Anatoly Belous
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  • Vitali Saladukha
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  1. 1.IntegralMinskBelarus

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