At EMC+SIPI 2023, Rohde & Schwarz will be showcasing a range of live demos that highlight cutting-edge developments within the industry. In addition to this engaging hands-on challenge, attendees will have the opportunity to participate in the "Are you a genius?" EMC Design Challenge at the Rohde & Schwarz booth, putting their knowledge of electromagnetic compatibility issues to the test.

Rohde & Schwarz continues its popular " Are you a genius?" approach, which lets trade show visitors experience test solutions interactively, first hand. At this year’s 2023 IEEE International Symposium on Electromagnetic Compatibility, Signal & Power Integrity (EMC + SIPI), attendees will have the unique opportunity at the Rohde & Schwarz booth to participate in the "Are you a genius?" EMC Design Challenge. It aims to test participants' design knowledge through a series of engaging lab challenges that focus on signal hunting and software automation.

In addition to the engaging EMC Design Challenge, Rohde & Schwarz will be highlighting a range of impressive demonstrations at their booth. Among these is the newly introduced R&S EPL1000, a compact and fully compliant CISPR 16-1-1 test receiver designed for precise EMI measurements up to 30 MHz. Equipped with an additional spectrum analyzer and signal and tracking generator, the R&S EPL1000 offers unparalleled versatility for various laboratory applications. With its compact design and comprehensive features, the R&S EPL1000 serves as an ideal solution for engineers and technicians seeking quick and accurate EMI measurements. Whether it's for routine testing or critical analysis, this state-of-the-art test receiver delivers outstanding performance and reliability.

EMC engineers attending the show can experience faster speed and improved signal insights with the newly introduced FFT bandwidth extensions of the R&S ESW. This unique wideband solution enables real-time measurements up to 970 MHz while maintaining a high dynamic range and exceptional measurement accuracy. This breakthrough functionality significantly enhances measurement speed, allowing engineers to expedite their analysis processes.

Lastly, for conducted immunity tests, EMC labs require a test signal source driven at high RF powers and at defined frequencies. Bulk current injection (BCI) is a conducted immunity test method in line with ISO11452-1 and ISO11452-4. Rohde & Schwarz will demonstrate, a compact BCI solution based on a signal generator, RF solid-state amplifier with power up to 350 W from the R&S BBA150-AB series, power sensors and test software for the frequency range from 4 kHz to 400 MHz that covers both the substitution method and the closed loop method.

Rohde & Schwarz is exhibiting at EMC+SIPI 2023 in booth #415 in Grand Rapids, Mich., from August 1-3, 2023.