Transient electromagnetic device

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A transient electromagnetic device (TED) is a device that emits a transient pulse of electromagnetic radiation of a few picoseconds in length. TEDs generally use spark gap switches, in oil or in pressurized gas pulse storage lines, or explosively pumped flux compression generator. TEDs have been examined by the US military for their threat potential as a weapon that harms computer system.

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