By Joanna Hill (Testing Electronic Subassemblies (ESAs).
Today is Arnold’s first day at Mega Automotive. He is fresh out of college with an electrical engineering degree and is eager to meet his new boss, Mr. Buttsworth.
Mr. Buttsworth: Hello Arnold welcome to Mega Automotive. I’m sure you’re going to like it here. It’s a fast-paced environment with lots to learn and loads of good people to work with. We have an exciting new position for you it’s called a Component Electromagnetic Compatibility Engineer. Your job is to prevent electromagnetic compatibility failures at final vehicle testing. We design the vehicle and many of the components. Some of the components are designed and manufactured by suppliers. After all the parts have been designed they are assembled into prototype vehicles. These vehicles are then tested to make sure they can meet all sorts of requirements; one of these requirements is electromagnetic compatibility.
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