Trending EMC Testing Products in 2021: October Edition

Trending EMC Testing Products in 2021: October Edition

Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC)/ Electromagnetic Interference (EMI) testing is a major component in the design and manufacturing process of RF and electronic devices. All electronic devices have the potential to emit or be susceptible to electromagnetic fields and it is crucial that they are tested for uninterrupted performance. EMC testing can be classified into two sections: I) Immunity tests (susceptibility), and II) Emissions tests. Immunity tests check the ability of devices to function as intended when subjected to external EM fields while Emissions testing measures the magnitude of EM field emitted by the devices.

Various regulatory bodies such as FDA, FCC, and ISO have designed specified limits on RF emissions. These EMC regulations provide reliability and safety for anyone using electronic equipment as they assure that the device will not interfere with the operation of the surrounding devices/equipments or fail to operate as intended due to electromagnetic interference.

In this article, everything RF has compiled a list of trending EMC Testing products to showcase the increasing capabilities of these solutions. For more EMC products, visit the EMC Hub on everything RF. We keep users up to date with new products, news, whitepapers, webinars, and events for the EMC sector.

1000 W Solid-State High-power Amplifier from 10 kHz to 100 MHz

The AMP2080E-1 from Exodus Advanced Communications is a solid-state high-power amplifier that operates from 10 kHz to 100 MHz. This class A/AB linear amplifier provides over 1000 Watts of saturated power (700 W P1dB) with a power gain of over 60 dB. Suitable for all single channel modulation standards, this LDMOS amplifier has built-in protection circuits. Learn more.

Laser-Powered Electric Field Probe Kit from 20 MHz to 60 GHz

The FL8060 from AR RF/Microwave Instrumentation is an Electric Field Probe Kit that can be used from 20 MHz to 60 GHz. It has been specifically designed for EMC radiated immunity testing in the automotive, wireless, military, and aviation industry. It has a dynamic range of more than 54 dB with a resolution of less than 0.1 dB and a field strength range from 2 to 1000 V/m. Learn more.

Quad-Ridged Horn Antenna from 6 to 67 GHz

The QRH67E from RFSpin is a Quad-Ridged Horn Antenna that operates from 6 to 67 GHz. This dual (linear/circular) polarized antenna provides over 6 dB of gain, can handle a CW power of 5 W, pulse power of 10 W, and has a VSWR of less than 2.4:1. It measures 35 x 35.1 x 77.5 mm and is available with two 1.85 mm Female connectors. The antenna is ideal for UWB, 5G, EMC, and EMI applications. Learn more.

Cost-Effective Antenna for Radial Isotropic Measurements from 150 MHz to 18 GHz

The OmniLOG PRO Series from Aaronia are Omnidirectional Antennas that operate from 150 MHz to 18 GHz. They have a radial isotropic design that can cover all RF sources from VHF to K-band. These antennas can receive linear, vertically polarized signals and handle a CW input power of up to 1 W. They are available in IP65-certified, compact enclosures with a magnetic base for installation over suitable platforms. Learn more.

Microwave Horn Antenna from 0.8 to 6 GHz for EMC Testing

The ATH800M6G from AR RF/Microwave Instrumentation is a Microwave Horn Antenna that operates from 0.8 to 6 GHz. With a minimum gain of 11 dBi, the antenna supplies the high-intensity fields necessary for RFI/EMI field testing within and beyond the confines of a shielded room. Based on the popular ATH800M5GA, this model has similar performance through 5 GHz, with additional frequency coverage up to 6 GHz. Learn more.

RF Test System for EMC Radiation Immunity Testing

The SA1059 from SUNGSAN is an RF Test System that is used for EMC radiation immunity testing of medical devices. It is a high-power amplifier system that is used for pre-verification and to simulate interference between medical devices and equipment. This is an important testing requirement and is required to avoid malfunctioning of medical/electronics devices during operation. Learn more.

20 W Microwave Amplifier System from 2 GHz to 20 GHz

The SAM100 from Rohde Schwarz is an Ultra-wideband Microwave Amplifier System that operates from 2 to 20 GHz. It delivers 20 W of output power with a high gain of 47 dB and has a noise figure of less than 8.0 dB. The amplifier can be manually or remotely operated via a digital control interface. The digital control interface makes it suitable for integration in automatic test systems. Learn more.

Rugged Low Noise Preamplifiers from 0.1 to 18 GHz

The USMC10180 from US Microwave Laboratories are Low Noise Preamplifiers that operate from 0.1 to 18 GHz. They deliver a gain of 24/48 dB with a noise figure of less than 3 dB and have a P1dB of 16 dBm. The low noise figure and high gain of these amplifiers permit the visualization of signals that would otherwise appear below the noise floor in a radiated emissions test. Learn more.

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