NCEE Labs is proud to announce that Test Engineer Nic Johnson has just received Electromagnetic Compatibility Certification by the International Association for Radio, Telecommunications and Electromagnetics (iNARTE). Johnson is now the second NARTE certified EMC Engineer in Nebraska. Having this certification will help create a higher level of expertise for NCEE Labs customers.
iNARTE is an independent, nonprofit association which provides certification to qualifying individuals in the fields of Telecommunications, Unlicensed Wireless Systems Installation, Electromagnetic Compatibility/Interference, Electrostatic Discharge Control, and Product Safety. Certification by iNARTE is recognized by the FCC and other regulatory bodies and is a sign of superior knowledge and excellence in their field. NCEE is proud to have another iNARTE certified engineer on staff.
“Nic Johnson is a valued member of the NCEE team and his completion of this certification further validates his professional growth with our organization over the past seven years”, said NCEE’s General Manager Doug Kramer. Kramer is the other certified iNARTE EMC engineer in the state of Nebraska.
Johnson has gained much experience in EMC throughout his seven plus years with NCEE Labs. Nic earned bachelor degrees in Electrical Engineering, Physics and Astronomy from the University of Nebraska – Lincoln. He is also a member of such industry organizations as the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers EMC Society and Product Safety Society, the Telecommunications Certification Body Council and is a certified IPC specialist per IPC-A-610D for circuit board inspection. These memberships and experience make Johnson invaluable to NCEE Labs and the companies they serve.
NCEE Labs is a product compliance, product safety, and environmental testing and consulting organization that serves aviation, information technology, wireless communications, industrial, scientific, medical, agricultural, and consumer products companies throughout the Midwest. Founded in 1998 to meet a growing demand for EMC (electromagnetic compatibility) testing, NCEE labs houses one of the few public 10-m semi-anechoic chambers in the United States and is accredited by A2LA (American Association for Laboratory Accreditation) for EMC testing. NCEE Labs occupies a 15,700 square foot facility in the University of Nebraska Technology Park, for more information, visit www.nceelabs.com.