The electric vehicle (EV) market has skyrocketed since it emerged in the 2010s. In the last decade, the number of passenger EVs has gone from virtually zero to over 10 million. They’ve become so popular that charging stations are now getting more commonplace. These can now be found in the parking lot of your local grocery store, parking garages, and provided by the city.
With the increase in the number of charging station installations, the impact of electromagnetic interference (EMI) becomes imperative as it can impact the performance of both the charger and the vehicle.