Measurements of Conducted EMI in the Manufacturing Environment

Answering the needs of managing EMI in actual use, this article provides hands-on guidance to specialists at the factories and elsewhere on measuring conducted EMI where it matters – in their environment. Anyone who knows how to use an oscilloscope can perform such measurements.
New Edition of IEC 62489-2 Published | In Compliance Magazine

New Edition of IEC 62489-2 Published

The International Electrotechnical Committee has published a new edition of IEC 62489-2. IEC 62489-2 ed2.0 applies to “Electroacoustics - Audio-frequency induction loop systems for assisted hearing - Part 2... Read More...

IEC Publishes New Edition of IEC 60974-10

A new edition of IEC 60974-10 has been published by the International Electrotechnical Committee. IEC 60974-10 applies to “Arc welding equipment - Part 10: Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) requirements.”... Read More...

Electromagnetic Compatibility Assessment of Wireless Emissions in Shipboard Spaces

Electromagnetic compatibility of wireless communications and sensor networks with mission critical electronic equipment is assessed for below-deck spaces on ships and submarines. With intentional wireless emission of radio-frequency (RF) energy into the reverberant spaces, it is necessary to measure and characterize the statistical electromagnetic environment (EME) and to predict maximum electric field strengths to a specified confidence level.