The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) will host a webinar in early February on its requirements regarding the electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) of in vitro diagnostic (IVD) medical devices. According... Read More...
Building a successful and lasting career in EMC engineering can seem overwhelming. Here’s some practical advice based on the author’s personal experience.
This tutorial article is a part of the three-article series devoted to the frequency-domain analysis of a lossless transmission line.
A new consortium will investigate problems associated with interference, jamming, and multi-path activity affecting the integrity of GNSS applications.
This article introduces a concept of a phasor which is extensively used in several EMC topics including electromagnetic waves, antennas, and transmission lines.
It has been reported widely in the Japanese press that electromagnetic interference caused by illegally modified transceivers on trucks is suspected of causing two accidents by disabling the braking system of commuter buses.
The Japanese National Institute of Technology and Evaluation has announced that they have confirmed that some of the household electrical heaters available in Japan malfunction when subjected to electrical disturbances.
Part 2 of this article summarizes the results of recent testing conducted by the author on the shielding effectiveness of screened cables up to 2.8 GHz.
This article discusses the reflections on a transmission line at a shunt resistive and capacitive discontinuity along the line.
During the testing of one aircraft, we suffered a very marked and complete electrical failure of the aircraft (much to the alarm of both the test engineers and the cockpit crew) which turned out to be due to the EUT we were testing.