“Banana Skins” is a collection of anecdotes and reports on interference incidents, from a huge variety of sources, edited by Keith Armstrong of Cherry Clough. It has been published as a column in the EMC Journal (free on-line at www.theemcjournal.com) since 1998, and to date has over 500 entries, ranging from the downright funny to the seriously worrying. The first 500 Banana Skins have been embellished with some cartoons and published as a low-cost (about £10) pocket-sized book, perfect for that boss who refuses to believe that EMC is now a significant financial risk issue.
To order a copy on-line, visit www.emcacademy.org/books.asp.
The book is also available for free on-line access at www.compliance-club.com/BananaSkins.aspx - but although you can search them all by topic or EM coupling mode, you can’t download or print out the whole book. If you haven’t already registered with the Compliance Club, itself a very valuable resource, you will be presented with a form to complete. It doesn't take long and you get instant access when you have.
And if you have any anecdotes or reports of EMI, please send them to me at firstname.lastname@example.org and I’ll see if I can print them. Please tell me if you want your name, position and employer listed, or just your name, or even if you want to remain anonymous!