In this case study we’re going look at some recent radiated emissions fault finding we performed for a customer. This highlights how one might go about the fault finding process, some of the considerations you might have when coming up […]
INTRODUCTION Digitization and the spread of pervasive computing is at the forefront of the technology innovation that will shape our modern universe and it is already manifesting itself in IoT, 5G and autonomous vehicle spaces, to name just a few […]
INTRODUCTION This article describes the lack of an acceptable correlation between anechoic chamber and open field test site radiated emission measurements, which were described in reference 1 in 2000, as well as a lack of correlation between chambers. It was […]
INTRODUCTION There are two principal types of emission measurements in the world of electromagnetic compatibility, conducted emission and radiated emission. The conducted emission measurements are either a voltage-capacitive tap type of measurement (typically on a power line) or they are […]
INTRODUCTION Connected and autonomous vehicles have long been hailed as the answer to safe transport. Around 1.25 million people die in road traffic accidents worldwide each year according to E&T– and driver error accounts for over 90 per cent of […]
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