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Electronic Warfare and Cyber Defense of Satellites (Test Methods)

This white paper explores the various test methods and techniques used to protect satellites
from electronic warfare and cyberattacks. In addition, it also provides case studies of successful testing and protection of satellites against such attacks. T

A Dash of Maxwell’s: A Maxwell’s Equations Primer – Part One

Solving Maxwell’s Equations for real life situations, like predicting the RF emissions from a cell tower, requires more mathematical horsepower than any individual mind can muster.

A Dash of Maxwell’s: A Maxwell’s Equations Primer – Part Two

Maxwell’s Equations are eloquently simple yet excruciatingly complex.

EMC 101

As manufacturers across the world continue to develop, innovate, and expand with new technologies and products, one important facet of the design and implementation is the compliance of EMC regulations and standards for different economies and countries. Read EMC 101 to understand the background and basics of EMC, EMI, and how it relates to installations in the world.

Best Books in EMC for Electrical Engineers

Get this infographic on the top books in EMC. Great for those who are just getting started in the field, are looking for a refresher, want to teach or gift others the basics, or even if you are simply looking to build up your library.

Determining the Material of a Ferrite Core

Learn how to evaluate and re-engineer ferrite-based legacy components. Ferrite cores can be difficult to cross-reference as they have little in the way of distinguishing markings and many of the shapes are custom. A material analysis approach much be taken to accurately analyze these cores. This analysis needn’t be overly complicated to get an accurate estimation of the material that was used in the original component.

The Importance of Antenna Beamwidth in RF Testing

Antenna beamwidth determines the expected signal strength given the direction and radiation distance of an antenna. The beamwidth will vary given a number of different factors such as the antenna type, design, orientation, and radio frequency. Understanding beamwidth and how it influences a test environment is critical to accurate and repeatable tests.

TEMPEST Security and Risk Mitigation Using Shielded Enclosures

Electronic devices are left vulnerable to adversaries due to their unintentionally generated emanations. This paper provides an overview of TEMPEST risks and explains potential countermeasures using both software and hardware-based approaches. The application of shielded enclosures for TEMPEST security is described. Access the full paper to learn more about how to protect against TEMPEST.

Testing for Coexistence in Crowded and Contested RF Environments

This white paper presents some of the key challenges that arise when developing and deploying systems that need to operate in congested and/or contested RF environments.

The Challenges of Delivering Large Anechoic Chambers for Testing Large EUTs
Whenever starting a discussion about an EMC or antenna chamber design, very often it begins with a series of questions to aid in understanding the requirements. Many chambers for EMC, antenna, RF, and Microwave testing are able to be installed in existing host buildings without any issues. However, when the chamber is especially large, and/or [...]

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