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high-altitude nuclear electromagnetic pulse (HA-NEMP)

High-Alitude Nuclear Electromagnetic Pulse

(HA-NEMP) is a nuclear electromagnetic pulse detonated outside the atmosphere. Such a HA-NEMP pulse has a blast height between 30 km and 40 km above the ground and a continental effect. The use of HA-NEMP pulses can thus affect the electronics of entire continents. TREE, Transient Radiation

Effects on Electronics, deals with the influence and effect on electronic components and devices. Nuclear pulses near the ground are called Low-Altitude Nuclear Electromagnetic Pulses (LAEMP).

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Updated at: 06.04.2013
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