TDK Corporation offers a new series of current-compensated EPSOC double-ring core chokes for the suppression of common-mode interferences in switch-mode power supplies, converters, and domestic appliances.
Element Materials Technology has expanded its product qualification testing (PQT) capabilities at its testing sites in Hull and Hitchin (UK) to address the broader range of wireless technology requirements.
Orbel has introduced its Groove-LocTM EMI shielding material for use in printed circuit board prototyping.
Rohde & Schwarz has expanded its lineup of test and measurement equipment with the addition of two new source measure units (SMUs) to meet specialized power supply testing needs.
Fairview Microwave has launched its new line of double ridge waveguide components that are ideal for radar, wireless, and satellite communication devices, and for test instrumentation.
National Technical Systems, Inc. (“NTS”), is celebrating its 60th anniversary. Established in 1961 by engineers Dr. Jack Lin and Aaron Cohen, NTS has grown from a single lab in Southern California to the reign... Read More...
AR Offers Predefined Test Systems to Enable Quick, Accurate, and Easy Testing to Common EMC and Wireless Component Standards
AR RF/Microwave Instrumentation now offers a complete range of predefined systems for testing to the latest EMC military, commercial, and automotive standards as well as wireless component testing. These new ... Read More...
The adoption of multiple signal testing in IEC 61000-4-3 Edition 4 solidifies its credibility in EMC testing.
Keysight Technologies, Inc. has launched the Innovate Anywhere program spanning three key areas: 90-day software trials, remote learning, and scalable live network testing.