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Teseq has expanded its extensive line of over 60 CDNs for EMC RF conducted immunity testing, according to IEC/EN 61000-4-6, with several new models.
Teseq UK has strengthened its relationship with TATA Power Company Ltd. in India, following successful recalibration of its Bangalore 10 m, semi-anechoic EMC chamber to the CISPR 16-1-4 standard.
Teseq has expanded its capability in field probe calibration to deliver calibration data at all frequencies defined in the IEC 61000-4-3 standard.
Teseq has expanded its broadband amplifier line to include a Class A linear and low distortion model that operates from 10 kHz to 400 MHz with a rated power level of 260 W.
A new measurement option for the R&S FSW signal and spectrum analyzer from Rohde & Schwarz allows developers to optimize the EMI performance of their products as early as in the design phase.
Rosenberger has started operations in the company’s new EMC laboratory in Fridolfing, Germany. Centrepiece of the new lab is an anechoic chamber for EMI emission measurements at component level.
A wide range of Travelling Wave Tube amplifiers from TMD Technologies will be on show at the EMCUK 2012 exhibition and conference, which takes place on 9-10 October 2012 in Newbury, UK
Design engineers dealing with electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) and signal integrity (SI) of PCBs, can now employ CST BOARDCHECK™ to get a quick overview of potential problems in their layout.
EMC Technology has introduced another cost effective solution for temperature compensation in an SMT planar style, the AN11 series. This ultra mini Thermopad® offers the smallest 0402 package size for temperature variable attenuators in the industry. The AN11 series is perfect for hand held devices and instruments, pico base stations and more. With excellent frequency response from DC to 6 GHz the AN11 series handles 100mW of input power, requires no bias or control voltages and generates zero distortion.
MILMEGA Ltd has been awarded a Queen’s Award for Enterprise in Innovation for developing amplifiers, based on a novel design methodology, using gallium nitride-based transistors, for use in Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) test equipment.