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.
This whitepaper intended to provide an understanding of the requirements for qualification of an Absorber Lined Shielded Enclosure (ALSE) for use in the measurement of radiated disturbances in the frequency range of 150 kHz to 2,500 MHz, as described in CISPR 25.
Increased use of complex embedded electronics and software can create issues for designers, manufacturers, and integrators because of the potential for malfunctions. Systematic failures are caused by design, manufacturing, operational procedures, software bugs, or documentation errors. Methods to prevent such losses should include a Functional Safety evaluation, which helps detect malfunctions before they can lead to potentially catastrophic consequences.
Sensors, both contact and non-contact, are crucial devices that allow the monitoring, detection, and reaction to conditions in an environment or within a process or piece of equipment. While myriad types of sensors exist and are designed to monitor varying conditions, all of them can be characterized as being one of two types — contact sensors and non-contact sensors. This paper will explore what differentiates contact and non-contact sensors.
Several countries have enacted REACH regulations, but one of the first to be implemented was European Union’s REACH (EC 1907/2006) in 2007. EU REACH is considered the standard for REACH compliance, sharing a similar purpose with REACH regulations in other countries. The primary difference between worldwide REACH regulations are the data collection and reporting requirements. This whitepaper will explore various REACH regulations around the globe and also provide general tips to simplify the REACH compliance process.
It is important to properly understand EMC test standards, amplifier specification definitions, types of amplifiers, and other considerations when selecting an amplifier for EMC testing.
In this short video, our expert application engineer explains the basics of leakage current testing.
Section 16.0 of DO-160G establishes criteria for evaluating equipment operability when exposed to normal, abnormal, and emergency power conditions on aircraft power systems.
Calculating and understanding antenna beamwidth is critical as it impacts many test results. Selecting the correct antenna and placement that corresponds to the beamwidth is critical.
Maxwell’s Equations are eloquently simple yet excruciatingly complex.