This library is curated with resources designed to provide insights and in-depth information helping you to solve important challenges in the workplace.
One of our most popular webinars is BACK, and available to you! Don’t miss out on our review of electrical safety testing – specifically in the medical device industry. We also get into Medical Device Testing requirements and a testing application overview.
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.
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.
dBm is defined as power ratio in decibel (dB) referenced to one milliwatt (mW). It is an abbreviation for dB with respect to 1 mW and the “m” in dBm stands for milliwatt. This calculator is a simple tool to assist you with converting units from dBm to Volts to Watts based on a 50 ohm system.
AR RF/Microwave Instrumentation’s updated Mathematical Tools of the Trade poster provides a quick reference for EMC equations and conversions that are needed on a day-to-day basis whether at your desk or in your lab. From unit conversions, Ohms Law relationships, linear to log conversions, radiated field strength, antenna equations to VSWR conversions and more!
This application note presents a highly functional, automated approach to automotive cable/harness testing. This combined approach results in an integrated solution that simplifies the testing process and enables unlimited data storage for analyses and backup.
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