EMC/EMI

EMC/EMI (Electromagnetic Compatibility/Electromagnetic Interference) channel

ARTICLES

Laird R&F Products Releases Heat-and Fuel-Resistant Product Line for Military and Aerospace Industries

Laird R&F Products has developed a line of elastomers, thermal insulators and electromagnetic interference-suppressing absorbers for the military and aerospace industries that can withstand extremely high temperatures and exposure to jet and missile fuel. Using resilient fluorosilicone, these products help design engineers combat electromagnetic interference and improve the reliability of critical survivability components and electronics in close proximity to jet engines.


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Design Challenges of Public infrastructures for Automotive Wireless Charging

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.


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IEEE EMC SIPI 2018

Long Beach, CA

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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).
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