EurIng Keith Armstrong

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1. Summary This paper addresses a gap in safety and electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) regulations and standards, in the commercial, industrial, transportation, healthcare and many other industries (including security and military). The gap exists because existing safety and EMC regulations and standards do not correctly address the issue of(More)
Keith Armstrong graduated in electrical engineering with a B.Sc (Hons.) from Imperial College London in 1972, majoring in analogue circuit design and electromagnetic field theory. Much of his working life until 1990 involved solving real-life interference problems in high-technology products, systems, and installations, for a variety of companies and(More)
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