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The iNARTE Informer – February 2012

As many readers will have already noticed, iNARTE fees for most certification applications and renewals have had to be increased this year. The last time we increased fees was back in January 2007, since which ... Read More...
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Refer To Your Manual

As a product manufacturer, your duty to warn in the United States revolves around your ability to successfully inform people of the residual risks left over after you have done your best to design out or guard ... Read More...

Obsolescence of Technology

In our continuing series on what the future of engineering may be like, we examine our environment and the needs or desires of humanity. Advances in technology are outpacing the ability of users to integrate ne... Read More...
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Clash of the Titans

Engineering, like physics, involves solving problems using algorithms subject to boundary conditions.  In electromagnetics, equations are evaluated subject to boundary conditions such as conductive surfaces, in... Read More...
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The Magic of Impedance Paper

EMC engineers are constantly using passive components. Calculating a RC corner frequency, L-C resonant frequency or characteristic impedance, though typical first-year student tasks, are nonetheless a necessary... Read More...
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The Early Pioneers of the EMC Society

In the mid-1950s, a group of professionals in the electrical engineering sector of radio frequency interference (RFI), began to formulate the idea of creating an organization devoted to their specialty. Thes... Read More...
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Today’s Pioneers of EMC

Originally published in the IEEE EMC Newsletter, Issue 231, Fall 2011 Our 2011 symposium has disappeared into history, along with that one week of the year when EMC experts and friends from all over the worl... Read More...