This article provides insight into how shielding is used in product development, in particular the effectiveness of shielding when it is applied at the PCB level.
This article examines the different parts of capacitive touch design and provides a checklist of what to look for when designing a product.
This article examines the optical safety considerations of free-space optical communication systems (FSOC). These telecommunication systems communicate over distances through free space using optical communication technology.
There is a product safety standard on the immediate horizon that will change the product compliance landscape in new and revolutionary ways.
The growth of connected products and the Internet of Things (IoT) presents many challenges and risks to manufacturers and developers.
This article discusses the creation of a common-mode current in a typical circuit and explains the effectiveness of a common-mode choke on differential-mode and common-mode currents.
When measuring signals in electronic circuits some times what you see on the screen is not what you have in the circuit. Parasitic couplings, mismatching, noise pickup, and many other anomalous effects can give you the wrong picture of your problem.
When electrostatic control is properly considered and implemented, there is no need to worry about electrostatic hazards in healthcare.
The regular “Banana Skins” column was published in the EMC Journal, starting in January 1998.
Autonomous and connected vehicles are taking the world by storm. How do we ensure proper safety and reliability for critical hardware like LIDAR, radar, cameras, and more?