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By Ken Jorgustin – Modern Survival Blog

An EMP – a nuclear electromagnetic pulse is a burst of electromagnetic radiation from a nuclear explosion. A nuclear weapon that is detonated hundreds of kilometers above the earth will produce an EMP which will produce damaging and likely catastrophic current and voltage surges to electrical / electronic equipment and systems.

While exploring the possibilities of protecting such equipment from an EMP, I discovered that a nuclear EMP consists of three parts, three components, or three pulses (not just one…).

I thought I would share with you some of the basic detail, and to identify which of the three pulse components is the most difficult to protect against…

Continue reading at Modern Survival Blog: Nuclear EMP Components E1, E2, E3, and what they mean…