Engineers should not overlook modeling and simulation as an important and viable tool in developing products that have to meet EMC compliance requirements.
Accredited test laboratories, complying with the requirements of ISO/IEC 17025 have to evaluate measurement uncertainty.
Understanding skin effect and surface currents saves us a lot of time and cost in the design of our product’s shielding and filtering, especially for tough EMC standards such as automotive, military or aerospace.
Many EMC engineers consider the American National Standards Institute (ANSI) C63® Committee on EMC to be the National Committee on EMC for the United States.
If someone were to ask you what one singular device is most synonymous with testing, or even electrical engineering, the overwhelming response would most likely be the oscilloscope probe.
This article examines the spread-spectrum frequency dithering technique to reduce the EMI noise from a SMPS.
Usually the confidence you have in your measurements is directly proportional to the cost of your instrument. Take care.
Charged Board Event (CBE) is an electrostatic discharge (ESD) event that can occur on assembled printed circuit boards (PCB) and electromechanic assemblies.
In this column, we’ll discuss the International Organization for Standardization’s recently published ISO 45001 standard, its parallels with risk communication on products and its implications for workplace safety.
We regularly receive requests from readers to publish stories about real EMI/EMC problems faced by real engineers.