EMC describes the ability of an electrical device to function satisfactorily in its electromagnetic environment without inadmissibly influencing the environment or other devices.
In concrete terms, this means that each product must meet the requirements for emitted interference and immunity to interference. Depending on the intended use/place of application of a product, different guidelines and standards must be complied with. The MIL-STD-461 and VG 95373 standards are particularly important for the military market. The test equipment is specially adapted to the application of these standards.
The basis for these measurements is a semi-absorber chamber. With a floor space of more than 30 m², systems can also be set up from simple components to examine and evaluate them in conformity with standards. Various antennas, network simulations and current clamps are available for emission measurements. By using an FFT-based measuring receiver from Gauss-Instruments, many measurements can be carried out in a few seconds. Compared to conventional measuring systems, this gives us an enormous speed advantage for the entire development process, with the highest EMC requirements.