The transmitter, which transmits a short electromagnetic pulses.
What does EMP stand for?
EMP stands for Electromagnetic Pulse
This definition appears very frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Military and Government
- Science, medicine, engineering, etc.
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We have 246 other meanings of EMP in our Acronym Attic
- Eco Media Player (Ecodigital)
- École de Management de Paris (French: School of Management of Paris; Paris, France)
- Ecole des Mines de Paris (French engineering school)
- École Marie Poburan (Alberta, Canada)
- Économie et Management Publics (French: Economics and Public Management)
- Ecosystem Management Plan (various locations)
- Edge Message Protocol
- Education Master Plan (various schools)
- Electromagnetic Prediction
- Electromagnetic Propagation
- Electron Microprobe
- Electrostatic Molecular Potential
- Elite Maintenance Program (Maplesoft)
- Elite Mechanical Products Ltd. (Dongguan, China)
- Embden-Meyerhof-Parnas (biochemistry pathway)
- Embedded Media Processing (computing)
- Emergency Management Planning (various organizations)
- Emergency Management Port (Toshiba)
- Emergency Medical Personnel
- Emergency Preparedness
Samples in periodicals archive:
Codenamed the Counter-Electronics High Power Microwave Advanced Missile Project (CHAMP), it is the first time a missile with electromagnetic pulse capability has been tested.
com, post a blog article entitled, The Politics Of Electromagnetic Pulse, Electric Grid Failure And Freedom - A Summary and Assessment.
Experts say the electromagnetic pulse from the explosion will disrupt power grids, satellites and GPS communications.
Carafano and Weitz take on a man-made event that could produce a return to the "'new' Dark Ages" resulting from the electromagnetic pulse (EMP) emitted by a nuclear weapon detonated from 40 to 400 kilometers above the Earth's surface.
The Dong-a Ilbo newspaper on Friday quoted a South Korean military official as saying North Korea's use of electromagnetic pulse technology prevented South Korea from retaliating effectively.
Scientists are said to fear that a similar effect could be achieved by a hostile power exploding a nuclear weapon in space, producing a massive burst of electromagnetic energy known as a high altitude electromagnetic pulse.
NAVSEA is the "technical authority" for the following electromagnetic spectrum-related issues that affect ships and submarines: electromagnetic interference (EMI) control; electromagnetic compatibility (EMC); electromagnetic pulse (EMP); and radiation hazards (RADHAZ).