Energy generated by outside sources, such as lighting systems and electric motors, which is received by copper data/voice cable and interferes with transmission.
Signals emanating from internal or external sources that disrupt or prevent operation of electronic systems. In present practice, the term "EMI" (which refers to the emission of unwanted signals), has been replaced by "EMC" (which refers to both emissions and susceptibility).
Educable Mental Impairment. See Cognitive Impairment.
EMI is noise which, when coupled into sensitive electronic circuits, may cause problems.
is Equal Monthly Installments (finance/business).
Unwanted noise during the operation of a power supply or other electrical or electronic equipment.
Music to the ears of the lender and noise for the borrower — Equated monthly Installment (s) have to be paid by the borrower in lieu of the loan taken.
(Exchange Message Interface) EMI is the industry-standard record layout for the exchange of call detail between customer and the LEC for the purpose of applying debit or credit amounts to the end-user accounts. The EMI standards are maintained and provided by Alliance for Telecommunications Industry Solutions (ATIS)
External Memory Interface Industry
External Machine Interface (EMI), an extension to Universal Computer Protocol (UCP), is a protocol primarily used to connect to short message service centres for mobile telephones. The protocol was developed by Logica CMG, the current SMSC market leader.