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EMC Bench Notes: Interpreting Emissions Using a Near-Field Probe

Most engineers are familiar with near-field probes and that they are sensitive to E- or H-fields emanating from circuit boards, cables or enclosure seams. They are really the first order of business when evaluating a circuit board or system.

Using a Near-Field Probe to Troubleshoot Transient Failures

Solving EMI problems isn’t only about ensuring that a product can meet EMC regulations and standards (although it’s a significant part of the job). Another crucial reason for addressing EMI issues is to enhance product reliability, especially when a product operates in public or industrial areas where there are many different types of noise sources.

New Near-Field Probe with High Resolution up to 10 GHz

The new SX probe heads' high measurement resolution allows the developer to pinpoint RF...

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