Rohde & Schwarz continues to be the industry-leading supplier of EMC T&M equipment by offering solutions for measuring electromagnetic interference (EMI) and electromagnetic susceptibility (EMS). Our EMC test solutions support all relevant commercial, automotive, medical, military and aerospace standards; as well as ETSI and FCC standards for radiated spurious emissions and audio breakthrough measurements. Rohde & Schwarz offers complete EMC test systems including receivers, amplifiers, antennas, accessories, and software. Our EMC system engineers ensure accurate, seamless integration so productivity and precision results ensure your success. Rohde & Schwarz also provides complete turnkey systems, significantly enhancing productivity and enabling precise results when measuring complex waveforms.

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Design with EMI in Mind

This poster has everything you need to know about EMI testing, debug, precompliance, and more. Solving EMI problems early in the design cycle is more cost-effective than solving them later. This is an iterative process of employing best practices and checking. Of course, it is a trade-off – and needs to be balanced against functionality and scheduling. But solving problems and verifying early helps reduce costs. This poster helps you to design with EMI in mind.

Application Note: Understanding Preselection in EMI Receivers

Learn about the importance of preselection during EMI testing. In this comprehensive application note, you’ll learn more about mixers and how they benefit your testing needs. You’ll also go in depth around preselection: What is it? Why is it important? Most importantly, you’ll discover how applying this new information can save you time and money during your EMI testing.

Whitepaper: Comparison of Time Domain Scans and Stepped Frequency Scans in EMI Test Receivers

Taking the R&S ESR EMI test receiver as an example, this paper looks at a CISPR 16-1-1- compliant test instrument with time domain scanning capabilities. The paper compares the measurement speed and level measurement accuracy of a conventional stepped frequency scan versus an advanced FFT-based time domain scan. It also contains guidance on making optimum use of time domain scans.

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dB or not dB?

True or false: 30 dBm + 30 dBm = 60 dBm? Why does 1% work out to be -40 dB one time but then 0.1 dB or 0.05 dB the next time? These questions sometimes leave even experienced engineers scratching their heads. What is a decibel and how should we use it in our calculations? This Application Note is intended as a refresher on the subject of decibels.