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The iNARTE Informer – December 2011

The iNARTE office has switched to a wintertime schedule. With the shorter daylight hours and the local school schedules, we will be open at the usual 9:00 am to 5:00 pm Monday to Thursday, but only from 9:00 am... Read More...
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Globally Standardized Symbols

Globally standardized symbols are available for you in two categories, those that identify functions and controls, and those that identify safety concerns. Symbols are standardized worldwide by two highly-ac... Read More...

The Future as Compliance Engineers

For most with an affinity to compliance engineering, little time is spent on thinking about our future. Too often we get caught up in details of our daily work without considering exciting opportunities on the ... Read More...
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Software as a Medical Device

The last decade has seen unprecedented advances in both medical device and information technologies. As the technologies used in these two sectors continue to develop and converge, new markets are created and manufacturers have responded by releasing new products and solutions. One such marketplace is Healthcare IT (HIT), where, for example, solutions are now being implemented enabling physicians to view patient records on a tablet device or remotely from the care location on a smart phone.

A Historical Look Back: The 1977 CBEMA Paper on Electromagnetic Emanations: Part 2

The first part of this paper reviewed the first one-third of the report including the Title of the Paper, the Background to its development, the Members of the Subcommittee that developed the report, Definitions, Table of Contents, Scope and Section 4. This second part of the paper will look at Section 5 (Susceptibility of Communications Receivers to Commercial EDP/OE Emanations) of the Report.

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ESD Standards: An Annual Progress Report

Industry standards play a major role in providing meaningful metrics and common procedures that allow various manufacturers, customers and suppliers to communicate from facility to facility around the world. Standards are increasingly important in our global economy. In manufacturing, uniform quality requirements and testing procedures are necessary to make sure that all involved parties are speaking the same language.