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CONDUCTED EMISSIONS TESTING FOR ELECTROMAGNETIC COMPATIBILITY
 

Summary: CONDUCTED EMISSIONS TESTING FOR ELECTROMAGNETIC
COMPATIBILITY
Maximilian Moy
Lockheed Martin, 1801 State Route 17C MD: 0902
Owego, NY 13827
Dean Arakaki
Electrical Engineering Department, California State Polytechnic University
San Luis Obispo, CA 93407
ABSTRACT
Operating frequencies in the gigahertz range is creating
an increased need for electromagnetic compatibility
(EMC) testing. In the United States, FCC regulations
require conformance to radiated and conducted emissions
specifications. An EMC laboratory was established at Cal
Poly San Luis Obispo (screen room, test instrumentation,
and software) and an experiment was developed to
explore conducted emissions effects. This paper will
describe the test configuration, explain the calibration
procedure needed to acquire accurate measurements, and
illustrate measurement techniques applied to two example

  

Source: Arakaki, Dean Y. - Electrical Engineering Department, California Polytechnic State University

 

Collections: Engineering