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The EU’s New Product Safety Law Will Be a Game Changer

The world of non-food consumer products has undergone significant changes over the past two decades. New technologies and online sales are the primary drivers behind the upcoming new Product Safety law, which is set to bring about a substantial transformation in the landscape of product safety when it takes effect by the end of 2024.

Reduced-Order Modeling of Pennes’ Bioheat Equation for Thermal Dose Analysis

This article presents methods for building reduced-order models (ROMs) based on proper orthogonal decomposition (POD) for modeling transient heat transfer in partially-perfuse tissue in prolonged contact with a heat-generating wearable device.

The Duty to Warn

Even though warnings and instructions are not followed by all product users, they are important for product safety and product liability defensibility. Manufacturers must decide how safe to design their products and when they can also rely on warnings and instructions to make the product safe.

GaN/SiC Transistors for Your Next Design: Fight or Flight?

This article offers some useful insights and guidelines on how to effectively design and test systems using wide band gap devices to optimize product performance and achieve EMC compliance.

(Re)Discovering the Lost Science of Near-Field Measurements, Part 4

This is the fourth and final article in our series commemorating 70 years since the advent of modern EMC testing. This last installment discusses the theoretical misunderstandings that arise from the substitution of field intensity for antenna-induced concepts and illustrates the practical outcomes from these theoretical mistakes.
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A Brief History of Electrostatic Discharge (ESD) Testing of Electronic Products

This updated version of an article originally published in the March 2014 issue provides details on recent and current developments in the ESD testing of electronic products.

(Re)Discovering the Lost Science of Near-Field Measurements, Part 3

This article is the third in a series commemorating 70 years since the advent of modern EMI testing. But this last article is itself divided into multiple parts, due to the topic’s complexity. Unlike the previous two articles, which mainly tracked evolution and explained issues, this series of installments argues that we started off correctly seventy years ago, but then took the wrong fork in the road in 1967.

Questions to Ask When Purchasing Fiberoptic Links and Camera Systems Used for EMC Testing

EMI-shielded fiber optic links and cameras are revolutionizing EMC testing by ensuring accurate data transfer, real-time monitoring, and reliable analysis in the presence of electromagnetic interference.

Pre-Compliance EMI Testing

Pre-compliance testing saves time and costs by detecting potential problems early in the design process. The use of appropriate tools and techniques improves the chances of passing the full compliance test on the first try.

(Re)Discovering the Lost Science of Near-Field Measurements, Part 2

This article is the third in a series commemorating 70 years since the advent of modern EMI testing. But this last article is itself divided into multiple parts, due to the topic’s complexity. Unlike the previous two articles, which mainly tracked evolution and explained issues, this series of installments argues that we started off correctly seventy years ago, but then took the wrong fork in the road in 1967.
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