EMI-shielded fiber optic links and cameras are revolutionizing EMC testing by ensuring accurate data transfer, real-time monitoring, and reliable analysis in the presence of electromagnetic interference.
When it comes to conducting electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) testing, TEM (Transverse ElectroMagnetic) cells and GTEM (GigaHertz Transverse ElectroMagnetic) cells are widely used for their ability to generate controlled and repeatable test environments.
High-power RF/microwave amplifiers are commonly used in EMC (Electromagnetic Compatibility) testing to meet radiated and conducted immunity requirements. These products can be a high overall cost, and selecting the correct models that meet your needs is imperative.
Antennas come in many different types, and it can sometimes be overwhelming to decide which one fits the need the best. In the case of immunity antennas, the correct selection may be the difference of reaching field and not. The antenna is the most important part of the system. Given that the amplifiers can be the costliest part of the system, one needs to take the time to research and find the correct antenna to make the best use of the available power.
LISN- Line Impedance Stabilization Networks, AN- Artificial Networks, and ISN- Impedance Stabilization Networks all refer to the same device. The difference between the terms is different standards choose to us... Read More...
Antennas come in all shapes and sizes and can be used for both radiating and receiving. Selecting a good receiving antenna for emissions testing is not difficult if you take some necessary items into account.
Preamplifiers or otherwise called Low-Noise Amplifiers (LNA), are commonly used for Radiated emissions (RE) and sometimes Conducted Emissions (CE). These devices help boost the measured RF signal. Boosting the ... Read More...
With so many different antenna options on the market, it is not always easy to understand what will work best for your application.