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What does EMC mean?
Electromagnetic compatibility, or EMC, pertains to the use of components in electronic systems, which do not electrically interfere with each other. Can also refer to the measure of equipment tolerance to external magnetic fields.
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2015-11-25 Tracking down ECU disturbances from EMI
In this article, we examine how to use oscilloscopes to detect ECU disturbances from electromagnetic interference.
2007-12-03 Testing beyond the required specs
An increasing number of new and proposed EMC standards are pushing the upper frequency test limits further up the microwave spectrum. The latest EMC standard released, IEC 61000-4-3:2006, is no exception.
2010-02-21 Test
Electronic products sometimes fail EMC just before they can hit the shelves. You can avoid the cost of redesign and device recall, and product launch delay with "pre-compliance."
2006-08-02 Tech leaders release new spec to simplify IT management
HP, IBM, Intel, Microsoft and a number of other companies announced that they have published a draft of a new specification that defines a consistent way to express how computer networks, applications, servers and other IT resources are described.
2006-04-17 Symmetry and spin-offs in high-speed PCB design
Through symmetry and spin-off analyses, methods of controlling impedance and reducing distortion can yield bonus signal integrity and EMC benefits.
2006-10-17 Sun's StorageTek Ready platform gains more support
Ten industry players joined Sun Microsystems' Sun StorageTek Ready platform to expand storage technology adoption and promote trusted environments for customers.
2012-05-30 Sensor cuts PCB out of automotive sensing modules
Melexis' dual mold MLX90364 Triaxis linear and angular position sensor integrates a 12bit resolution position sensing die and the decoupling capacitors.
2003-05-29 Selecting an ESD Suppressor
This application note provides guidelines for choosing the appropriate ESD suppressor for a given application.
2002-10-15 Reference telephone line interfaces for CMX868 v.22bis low-power modem CMX867 v.22 low-power modem
This application note describes line interfaces for the CMX868 v.22bis low-power modem and CMX867 v.22 low-power modem.
2004-10-18 Reducing jitter via board layout analysis
By understanding the source of jitter, one can minimize its impact and make cost vs. performance trade-offs optimize the final product.
2014-05-13 Reducing guesswork in ESD tests
Transmission line pulse measurements on the front end of the compliance phase can minimise the guesswork.
2005-02-16 Reduce costs in automotive power systems
The proper design of a power supply can reduce the overall engineering cost. Here's how.
2013-01-11 Recessed chassis for EMCs provide added protection
Pixus Technologies' new enclosure allows the subrack and boards to be completely protected inside the enclosure frame, preventing damage to the modules and reducing its susceptibility to EMI/RFI.
2013-05-15 R&S FSW-K54 optimises EMI performance in design phase
The new R&S FSW-K54 software option contains EMI detectors such as peak, quasi-peak, CISPR-average and RMS-average in line with CISPR and MIL standards.
2000-05-03 Power Supply Concept for the C515C 8-bit Microcontroller
The application note introduces a power supply concept for the C515C and deals with the enhanced feature of this controller to switch off the Address Latch Enable (ALE) output signal during accesses to internal ROM.
2005-06-10 Power connectors tout high-frequency attenuation
Anderson Power Products and Schaffner have partnered to develop the ACARA series of high-frequency filtered power connectors that provide superior high-frequency attenuation to prevent radio frequency emission
2006-03-09 Philips highlights Bluetooth, WLAN coexistence at IIC-China
At this year's IIC-China event in Shanghai, Philips Semiconductors showcased its Bluetooth and WLAN coexistence schemes.
2014-03-10 Passing CISPR25-Radiated Emissions with TPS54160-Q1
Here's a summary of CISPR25-Radiated Emissions test results using the TPS54160-Q1 high-frequency buck converter.
2001-09-16 Partitioning and laying out mixed-signal PCBs
Component placement and partitioning, combined with routing discipline, are the keys to success in laying out a mixed-signal PCB梟ot the isolation of the ground planes.
2003-08-15 MT9076B Line protection circuitry
This application note describes the recommended line protection circuitry for the MT9076B.
2014-04-15 MC33907_08 system basis chip for car electronics
Here are design guidelines for integrating the MC33907_08 System Basis Chip into automotive electronic systems.
2001-12-16 Mastering signal integrity fundamentals
The author shows why a solid foundation in signal integrity issues and analysis is a must for IC- and PCB-design engineers. The article describes the necessary learning required.
2012-07-19 Laird to attend symposium on Electromagnetic Capability
Laird Technologies will attend the 2012 IEEE International Symposium on Electronic Capability to exhibit its EMI solutions.
2016-01-19 Intel/NTU's sub-millimetre EMI shunt beats shields
The Intel/NTU's breakthrough is a single sub-millimetre sized component that replaces bulky traditional shielding by suppressing noise at each source by 20dB.
2003-05-26 IEC Electromagnetic Compatibility Standards for Industrial Process Measurement and Control Equipment
This application note discusses the IEC standards for evaluating performance of industrial-process measurement and control instrumentation when exposed to electric or EMI.
2005-04-04 IBM inks storage software virtualization deal with Cisco
Cisco Systems is the 1,000th customer to buy IBM's storage virtualization software, IBM said.
2006-11-01 Homogenization eases FEM simulation
Boasting satisfactory accuracy for practical applications, homogenization is a useful tool for replacing highly complex periodic structures in finite element simulation.
2009-05-08 Hall-effect sensor simplifies design process
From Allegro MicroSystems Europe comes the ATS617 three-wire differential Hall-effect sensor that combines enhanced EMC capability with a peak-detecting algorithm that provides design flexibility by offering the ability to sense a wide range of target geometries.
2010-02-24 Hall sensors detect position, motion direction, fluid level
From Micronas come three new value-optimized variants of the HAL 182x family boasting EMC performance and overvoltage protection that make them suited for automotive applications.
2012-05-24 Guide to using TPS92310 EVM
Read about the TPS92310 EVM-8W evaluation module, a constant current output LED driver supporting 5W to 8W applications.
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