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Title: Analysis of EMC between Medical Short-Range Devices and Equipment of Wireless Systems Couplings
Authors: Svistunou, A. S.
Mordachev, V. I.
Sinkevich, E. V.
Ming Ye
Dubovik, A. A.
Keywords: публикации ученых;electromagnetic compatibility;medical short range device;4G/5G cellular communications;radio local area network
Issue Date: 2021
Publisher: Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers
Citation: Analysis of EMC between Medical Short-Range Devices and Equipment of Wireless Systems Couplings / A. Svistunou [et al.] // EMC/SI/PI and EMC Europe Symposium : Proceedings of 2021 IEEE International Joint, North Carolina, July 26-August 13 2021 / Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers. – North Carolina, 2021. – 6 p.
Abstract: The analysis of EMC between medical short range devices of body area network system, capsule endoscopy system, active implant system and wireless equipment of mobile stations of cellular communications (LTE and 5G), RLAN equipment, NB IoT sensors operating inside a hospital building is performed. The integrated interference margin is used as a criterion of EMC. Results of the analysis show the following: 1) the equipment of wireless systems can create the interference to all considered types of medical short range devices (as well as medical short range devices can create the interference to receivers of the wireless systems) in case of allocation of emitters and receptors inside the same room or in neighboring rooms; 2) in order to ensure EMC of considered systems, it is advised to set more stringent requirements on characteristics of susceptibility of the medical equipment to radiofrequency electromagnetic fields created by wireless equipment of 4G/5G networks as well as on spurious emissions of transmitters of wireless systems. The results can be used in diagnostics of intersystem EMC in order to ensure safety of use of mobile wireless telecommunication equipment regarding medical vital devices in conditions of mass distribution of 4G/5G wireless information services in hospitals.
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