Rosenberger has started operations in the company’s new EMC laboratory in Fridolfing, Germany. Centrepiece of the new EMC lab is an anechoic chamber for EMI emission measurements at component level according to EN 55025 (CISPR 25) as well as EMI immunity measurements according to ISO 11452.
The chamber’s special cladding with ferrite and hybrid absorbers enables measurements in the frequency range from 9 kHz to 18 GHz by means of antenna, coupling clamp as well as stripline.
Furthermore, a whole range of tests accompanying development can be performed in the new EMC lab. Examples include signal integrity measurements on high-speed data connections, coupling mechanisms within high-voltage systems or measurements of the far-field radiation characteristics of active and passive RF components. For special customer research and development requirements, the new Rosenberger lab also offers EMI measurements on request.