EMC Measurement with GTEM Cell
Nowadays, electromagnetic compatibility plays an increasingly important role in the development of a new equipment. When developing, one should not only pay attention to how noisy is the equipment itself, but also how immune it is to the noise coming from the surroundings. The purpose of this article is to present an instrument used in EMC measurement on a training model and then to evaluate the measured results according to the given standards. During the course of the test, a panel designed for training by Texas Instruments was used coupled with a measuring receiver and a GTEM cell. The obtained results clearly showed the advantages and disadvantages of the cell construction compared to other EMC measurement procedures.
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szabvány: IEC61000-4-20 (szabvány)
IEC kiadvány: CISPR 22 (2005-4)
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