Website Update: Threat Type Pages – EMI/RFI Emissions and Susceptibility

NexTek is proud to announce the addition of two new pages our site, nextek.com. The new sub-pages cover the main Threat Types associated with Electro-Magnetic and Radio Frequency Interference challenges;  Emissions and Susceptibility/Vulnerability.  NexTek has nearly 30 Years of experience in solving challenging EMC problems and issues, and our standard line of high current feedthrough filters provide excellent EMI/RFI filtering to 1GHz and beyond!

A 40th Flight Test Squadron F-16 Fighting Falcon sits in the anechoic chamber after completion of the initial round of testing simulations on the new M-7 software upgrade Oct. 30, 2014, at Eglin Air Force Base, Fla. The M-7 software package will provide multiple advanced capabilities to the aircraft. The anechoic chamber is a room designed to stop reflections of either sound or electromagnetic waves. The room is insulated from exterior sources of noise. The room is part of a facility that allows testing of air-to-air and air-to-surface munitions and electronics systems on full-scale aircraft and land vehicles prior to open-air testing. (U.S. Air Force photo/Samuel King Jr.)

What prompts concerns about EMI/RFI issues?  Sometimes it is a practical concern which creates the need to look at these issues, such as the ensured functionality and safety of a new vehicle design.   Other times it can be a specific EMC-related standard which applies to a given system or piece of equipment which lays out noise limits (in dBm, for example) across the Frequency Spectrum.

To learn more about how and why EMI/RFI Filters are used, follow the jumps below and learn more about two major (and closely related!) EMC topics, Emissions and Susceptibility.

 

Learn More:
Threat Type Page: EMI/RFI Susceptibility (link)
Threat Type Page: EMI/RFI Emissions (link)