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Biotechnology Frontier (half-yearly) is an international comprehensive professional academic journal of Ivy Publisher, concerning the development of biotechnology technology. The main focus of the journal is the academic papers, comments and research review of latest improvement in the fields of Biotechnology technology, microorganism, medicine, agriculture & forestry, edible fungus, light food, environmental protection and related, aiming at... [More] Biotechnology Frontier (half-yearly) is an international comprehensive professional academic journal of Ivy Publisher, concerning the development of biotechnology technology. The main focus of the journal is the academic papers, comments and research review of latest improvement in the fields of Biotechnology technology, microorganism, medicine, agriculture & forestry, edible fungus, light food, environmental protection and related, aiming at providing a good communication platform to transfer, share and discuss the theoretical and technical development of electrical theory development for professionals, scholars, researchers and administrative staffs in this field, reflecting the academic front level, promote academic change and foster the development of biotechnology technology.

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The Inspiration of the Biological Anti-interference Mechanism in Electromagnetic Protection Bionics

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Author: Menghua Man, Zhang Ya, Yuan Liang, Ma Guilei , Chu Jie

Abstract: With the rapid development of semiconductor technology, the electromagnetic sensitivity of electronic systems has been increased. And the more complicated electromagnetic environment has induced, the more significantly is the electromagnetic environment effects. As a result, the contradiction between them seriously restricts the efficiency of electronic equipment. Currently, the disadvantage of traditional electromagnetic protection methods appeared. After gradual evolution, information processing of biometrics has anti-interference ability, which show good anti-interference phenomenon. At present, our studies show that the degeneracy mechanism, the plasticity of synapse and neuronal synchronization reflect the anti-interference mechanism, which provides basic theory for design of electricity systems. Thus, the anti-interference mechanism of biological system can be applied in electromagnetic protection bionics in order to improve the reliability and adaptability of electronics systems in a complex electromagnetic environment.

Keywords: Electromagnetic Protection, Bionics, Anti-Interference, Degeneracy, Plasticity, Synchronization

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