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What does EME stand for?

EME stands for Electromagnetic Environment


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5, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- About EMC Shielding Electromagnetic compatibility is the ability of electrical equipment to perform efficiently in an electromagnetic environment without being affected or influenced by other devices present in its proximity.
Known as the Smart Scout and here shown mounted on a G-Wagen, it continuously analyses the electromagnetic environment and adapts the required countermeasures.
We proved that the X-47B air system is mature and can perform flawlessly in the most hostile electromagnetic environment on Earth--a Nimitz-class Navy aircraft carrier," said Mike Mackey, UCAS-D program director for Northrop Grumman Aerospace Systems.
THE RANGE AT WHICH THE LIGHT FLAIL CAN BE EFFECTIVELY CONTROLLED BY THE OPERATOR CONTROL UNIT (OCU) VARIES WITH THE TERRAIN, WEATHER, ELECTROMAGNETIC ENVIRONMENT, AND THE DENSITY OF ANY OBSTACLES BETWEEN THE VEHICLE AND THE OCU.
Although wireless devices are already common in the computer, industrial automation and mobile phone sectors using technologies such as WiFi and Bluetooth, these are not designed to operate reliably in the harsh physical and electromagnetic environment found on an aircraft.
It also states that the SAF continues to develop a military training system unique with the strategic missile force, improve the conditions of on-base, simulated and networked training, conduct trans-regional maneuvers and training with opposing forces in complex electromagnetic environments, Xinhua reports.