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The role of light-emitting diode lamps and radio frequency lighting controls is to reduce the energy consumption. The increase of lighting network complexity determines the increase of EMC noise emission. Being familiar with measurement systems is important for making correct measurement and for understanding the results of the measurement. Correct interpretation of measurement results is the first step in choosing the best suppression method. The suppression method depends on the common mode and the differential mode of noise type and on the frequency of signal noise.

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