EMC/EMI

Multi-Tone testing

Multi-Tone for EMC: Testing, Theory and Practice

Multi-tone testing has many benefits. While the multi-tone methodology was initially implemented to increase the speed of immunity testing, it has been found that this method also improves equipment efficiency, offers greater flexibility to truly test the equipment (EUT) under real world threat conditions, and can be fully compliant to standards.


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AR Amps

High-Power Solid State Pulsed Amplifiers for EMC

For years, when discussing high field-strength electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) radiated susceptibility testing, Traveling Wave Tube Amplifier (TWTA) technology has been the only available option for pulsed field generation. Now, there is a very attractive alternative to this technology.


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ART-Fi Announces All-In-One SAR System Validation Kit

ART-Fi's new the Power Monitoring Kit (PMK) solves some longstanding issues in SAR labs. It features advanced technologies usually found on more expensive RF validation and verification system combinations. Once setup, the customer inputs the expected power — any power, any frequency — and validates automatically. 


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CablesEMI

Simulating Crosstalk and EMI in Cables

Cables not only transfer the power needed to run electrical equipment, but also the data signals needed to operate them. To prevent errors and device failures, the same attention must be paid to the choice and installation of the cabling as is paid to the rest of the system.
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