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Do Measurements Validate Simulations?

It is common for people doing simulations to make a measurement of a similar set up to validate the simulation. The real issue is whether the tool user understands the problem well enough to capture the important features, and whether the user understands the tool well enough to use it correctly.

Faces In Compliance 2020

EMC Consulting Keith Armstrong graduated in 1972 from Imperial College, London, specializing in electronic design and...

Lossy Material Quiets Leaky Air Vents

This article presents the results of experiments to measure the effectiveness of lossy material in reducing RF emissions from perforated air vents such as those commonly used on computer enclosures. The results show good performance compared to those with conventional metal vents.

Using EMC Software Tools for Real World Printed Circuit Board Designs

Software tools can give the EMC engineer a better chance to pass EMC requirements the first time.

Do Measurements Validate Simulations?

It is very common for people doing simulations to make a measurement of a similar set up to validate the simulation. This is a reasonable precaution since modern simulation tools will give a very accurate answer to whatever question it is asked.
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