EMC/EMI

EMC/EMI (Electromagnetic Compatibility/Electromagnetic Interference) channel

ARTICLES

EMC in the Capital

IEEE EMC SI/PI 2017 Summary

The 60th IEEE EMC SI/PI Symposium took place August 7-11 at National Harbor in Washington DC with the “plan to inspire, envision, and innovate.” The keynote set the stage for this plan as Julius Knapp, FCC Chief of the Office of Engineering and Technology, discussed the status of the FCC and industry EMC standards, the equipment authorization program and enforcement as the wireless space becomes more and more crowded with emerging technologies such as IoT, connected/autonomous vehicles, UAVs, increased satellite broadband and 5G taking off.


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10 W, 32 to 40 GHz, GaAs FET Power Amplifier

Solid-State High Power Module: AMP3060

Exodus Advanced Communications has introduced its latest solid-state high power module, the AMP3060. This linear, GaAs FET hybrid, Class AB design provides 10 W output across 32 to 40 GHz, with a minimum power gain of 40 dB and 4 dB peak-to-peak maximum flatness when driven with a constant maximum input power of 0 dBm. The AMP3060 is suitable for EMI/EMC susceptibility, millimeter wave component testing, electronic warfare, Ka-Band satellite and general communications applications. 


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EDI CON China 2017 Announces Keynote and Panels

EDI CON China 2017, a conference that brings together engineers working on high-frequency analog and high-speed digital designs, taking place April 25-27 at the Shanghai Convention Center & Exhibition Center of International Sourcing (Shanghai, China), announces the keynote speaker for this year’s event will be Peter Rabbeni, Sr. Director RF BU Product Marketing at GLOBALFOUNDRIES. Rabbeni will bring his significant insights on semiconductor technology to bear on his talk entitled, “Technologies for the Next Wave of Mobile Data.”


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DOCUMENTS AND FILES

EMC/EMI Applications in FEKO

Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) has become a key and sensitive topic for OEM’s and suppliers in many industries. Not only is it important to ensure electromagnetic problems will not occur when integrating components and devices in a system, but also to fulfil the related EMC regulations. FEKO is used for EMC to simulate problems related to Electromagnetic Interferences (EMI) and Electromagnetic Susceptibility or Immunity (EMS).