Does EMI filter still work if you live near a base station which produces dirty electricity? Or EMI filter only filter the dirty electricity which would have been generated from your power circuit if w/o EMI filter?
Please read Dirty electricity, cellular telephone base stations and neoplasia.
I would be very delighted if someone could "specifically" explain ---> whether EMI filter works on EMF pollution from nearby sources.
Would you like to pay the fee for me to read this paper? It looks like it is behind a pay wall.
This doesn't help muvh.
This is a link to a standard set of products. They are intended to to be designed into electronic products to keep their conducted EMI low enough to pass the FCC tests that skeptic2 posted above. They are not meant to prevent large spikes conducted onto the powerlines by whatever "base stations" are.
Please re-read the PF rules that you agreed to when you joined the PF (under INFO at the top of the page). You need to post links to mainstream peer-reviewed journal articles if you want to discuss science here. Not propose conspiracy theories and post links to questionable sources.However, in regards to the health effects due to EMF being discredited by many studies, I will perform my own research into this (most likely will take years) and I can tell you that there were also many research which have disproved the knowingly "well established studies".
Also, do you understand about how filters like powerline EMI filters are "directional"? They are constructed to attenuate noise from being conducted out of electronic devices, not to keep AC Mains spikes from getting into the device and causing disruptions of operation. There are other design techniques that we use to prevent that.I would be very delighted if someone could "specifically" explain ---> whether EMI filter works on EMF pollution from nearby sources.
you can't just slap in a filter and assume things will automatically improve
Now, can you please start by better defining what a "Base Station" is? for me at least, this is not obvious so far from your posts.