EMC solution

Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) solution

The increased use of electronic devices and wireless technologies in vehicles has created many new sources of interference. Identifying these sources and developing solutions with low emissions and adequate immunity is a challenging task for design engineers. Designing, installing and maintaining test systems that grow with your needs and keeping them up-to-date with the complexity of the equipment under test (EUT), test procedures and the requirements in standards/specifications is a challenging project.

Rohde & Schwarz offers customizable, turnkey test systems for performing EMS measurements on vehicles and components in line with all major automotive EMC standards such as CISPR, ISO, UN/ECE and EC directives as well as with manufacturer and country-specific test specifications.

Additional test capabilities for wireless communications functionality, broadcast technologies, real-world modulated interferer signals and radar target simulation during EMC test can be added to the system if required. From system design, implementation and installation to training and maintenance, the turnkey systems provide everything you need from a single source, enabling engineers to concentrate on testing. The systems can be customized to offer solutions ranging from a small precompliance system with compact test cells to an accredited test systems for complete vehicles.

For more detailed information, see our brochure "Driving tomorrow's mobility".

FFT-based time domain scan for ultrafast measurements.

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Specifications for software version 10.30.

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