The EMI receiver families TDEMI® of GAUSS INSTRUMENTS® provide a huge fully CISPR compliant real-time bandwidth and therefore allow to speed up your measurements tremendouosly and to reduce the measurement uncertainty significantly - both at the same time.
The 2019 IEEE International Symposium on EMC and Signal/Power Integrity (EMC+SIPI) was held in New Orleans for the first time in our 50+ year EMC Society history taking place July 22-26. Read this review of the event.
Covering a surface area of 2.3 mm x 1.2 mm and with a 2 mm height, Harwin reports that its S0911-46R shield can clip is the smallest surface mount EMI/RFI shield clip currently available on the market.
Keysight Technologies Inc. announced the addition of Time Domain Scan (TDS) and Real Time Scan (RTS) capabilities to the Keysight N9048B PXE Electromagnetic Interference (EMI) receiver and enables real-time measurements and diagnostics for faster electromagnetic compliance (EMC) certification.
One regularly cited inhibitor to even faster adoption is the need for a public charging infrastructure that is universally available. The technical teams behind these infrastructures are working diligently to both increase the number of currently available plug-in stations as well as drive technological innovation and drive down costs to deliver wireless charging infrastructures available in both public and private spaces. This article examines several of the technical challenges that must be solved to bring this to fruition. First, let’s review the current state of WPT in general, and in automotive applications specifically.
At EMV in Stuttgart, Rohde & Schwarz will demonstrate highlights such as the new R&S ELEKTRA EMC test software for automated certification and precompliance tests and R&S AdVISE for automated visual checks. Brand new are the test solutions for spurious emission measurements for 5G components.
At EMV 2019, TMD Technologies Ltd. will once again be demonstrating its proven capability in the EMC/EMI field to a wide spectrum of professionals attending from industry, commerce, defence and science.
Although microwave and mmWave high-power vacuum electron devices remain “off the radar” of many, particularly those involved with solid-state components and systems, the market for this segment remains over $1 billion, according to ABI Research.