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When it comes to passing the final EMI Compliance test for a new design, the sooner testing begins, the more likely you can address potential issues. The cost to address a problem exponentially rises as the project nears completion. So, designing with EMI in mind can help prevent the first-time EMI compliance test failure rate of 50 to 80%. Save both time and money by learning how to discover & address potential issues early in the design cycle in this webinar. This application note discusses how to locate, diagnose, and fix EMI or EMC issues with a design.
How do you know how your product will perform in the future? With accelerated aging, you can learn how mixing different types of gases in a chamber can simulate the effects of atmospheric pollutants. In fact, you identify how your product is likely to perform many years into the future—and you can do it over the course of several days using the Mixed Flowing Gas Corrosion test.
This paper provides an overview of how advanced-performance electrical safety testers address standards testing requirements for wire/cable/connector/harness/relay components in hi-reliability military and aerospace applications.
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.
The speed of innovation and evolving regulation adds complexity to IoT device design and test validation. Ensure your in-house or independent test lab is ready to address new certification requirements. Discover insights into compliance testing and explore configurable solutions that cover more tests and standards in less time.
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.
This download provides a table of magnetic field conversion factors of microvolts-per meter, gauss, picotesla, microampere-per-meter, weber per-square meter, and gamma with values of either 0 db or 1 as a starting point.
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