EMI emissions testing: peak, quasi-peak, and average measurements
Posted @ 7/18/2018 11:20 AM
EMI emissions testing is critical to bringing a product to market. Most electrical and electronic products require regulatory compliance testing, which must be performed in an approved test lab. Such testing can be expensive, especially if the product fails. A failed test can result in lost time to market and cost overruns.
To minimize unwanted trips to the test lab prior to compliance tests, you can measure EMI emissions from your product. Not only will this increase your chances of passing emission compliance testing the first time, it can help you identify potential issues early on and reduce the need for last-minute product redesigns. There are several measurements you can do using a spectrum analyzer or EMI receiver.
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