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DO-160G is the standard for test procedures and environmental criteria for airborne equipment–and this guide walks you through each section. Whether you’re interested in Section 4.0 (Temperature and Altitude) or you want to learn about Section 25.0 (Electrostatic Discharge), you can get the information you need right here.
High speed data interfaces like USB, HDBaseT™, HDMI, DVI, and DisplayPort require careful consideration to ensure reliable communication that is free of disruptive EMI. Of the many tools at the designer’s disposal like trace routing, termination and component placement, the common mode filter choke remains one of the most powerful. This application note discusses the benefits of using common mode chokes and reviews the performance characteristics associated with their proper application
AR offers a resource on the requirements of Radiated and Conducted Immunity for the military, automotive, and commercial (CE) testing markets.
When working with high-voltage test and measurement equipment, electrical and test engineers strive to achieve the most precise readings possible while also maintaining a safe work area. Typically, they employ external probes such as high-voltage dividers, but these instruments come with drawbacks and are prone to errors.
Our new Design with EMI in Mind poster encourages solving your EMI problems early in the design cycle when it is more cost-effective than resolving them at the test house. It covers design considerations, prototyping and debug guidance, certification testing, and includes valuable information on EMI standards. Use this poster as a reference for your commercial EMI testing.
This whitepaper intended to provide an understanding of the requirements for qualification of an Absorber Lined Shielded Enclosure (ALSE) for use in the measurement of radiated disturbances in the frequency range of 150 kHz to 2,500 MHz, as described in CISPR 25.
Hardware modifications and software updates fall within the scope of medical standards, but some technology innovations could challenge the testing and certification of medical imaging devices.
This whitepaper reviews the current trends that are increasing the threat from EMI, examines the various EMI sources, their prevalence, and the ways they can affect system function and performance, and explains how innovations in power line filter technology can provide effective EMI protection in form factors that meet the space constraints of modern systems.
VSWR stands for ‘Voltage Standing Wave Ratio’ and is used in EMC to specify the effect of a mismatch presented to a test system signal. Get a brief history and understanding of VSWR.
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