The isolated star ground system is the most popular implementation of technical grounding for the purposes of grounding sensitive electronic equipment. This approach has been in practice for many years and while it is not a perfect solution, it is the solution that presents the least compromises. The paper documents the current approach as implemented in a number of large installations and is part of an on-going AES effort to document appropriate practices with regard to the control of noise in audio : systems.
Atkinson, Charles; Giddings, Philip
Affiliations: Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, Toronto, Ontario, Canada ; Engineering Harmonics, Toronto, Ontario, Canada(See document for exact affiliation information.)
AES Convention: 97 (November 1994) Paper Number: 3931
Publication Date: November 1, 1994
Subject: Grounding, Interconnections, and Electromagnetic Compatibility in Analog + Digital Processing Systems
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