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An electromagnetic pulse (often shortened to EM pulse) is a natural or artificial burst of electromagnetic energy.

In 1995, the Soviet Union developed a weapon capable of firing a controlled electromagnetic pulse. (TNG novel: Ghost Ship)

In late 2373, the USS Enterprise-E was continually swept by high-density EM pulses during a battle with two Cardassian Galor-class warships. The pulses caused numerous circuits to burn out and overload and caused several consoles to explode, injuring several crewman including Ensign Charles. (TNG - The Dominion War novel: Behind Enemy Lines)


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