Achieving electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) compliance is now straightforward, quick, and easy – using the EM Engineering process that Keith Armstrong describes in this article.
The automotive industry and individual automobile manufacturers must meet a variety of EMC requirements.
Fully anechoic rooms (or FARs) are now included as certified test sites in the generic standard CISPR 16-1-4 Ed 3.2. Although limitations exist for floor standing equipment, they significantly reduce cost and facility requirements for many products.
This article focuses on global wireless compliance. More specifically, it explains what to consider if you intend to certify your device with an integrated third-party module internationally.
This article discusses the topology and characteristics of a dc Line Impedance Stabilization Network (LISN), often referred to as an Artificial Network (AN).
How does safety work? That is, given a hazardous situation, how do we prevent injury from that situation?
A new symbol is being standardized for arc flash – and it’s an important step forward for safety.
If you are evaluating a design (i.e. power supply) from the EMI/EMC point of view, avoid replacing the real load with some kind of “equivalent resistor.” Differences can be really impressive.