EMI Compliance Testing

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EMI Compliance Testing

Applied Technical Services conducts EMI compliance testing to verify an electronic device’s industry compliance for electrostatic emissions. EMI testing, or electromagnetic interference testing, monitors a subject’s ability to operate in its normal environment without interfering with other electronic devices, vehicles, and equipment.

Testing Procedures

MIL-STD-461

This standard establishes electromagnetic testing procedures and limits for military equipment and subsystems. MIL-STD-461 determines the interface and verification requirements for electromagnetic interference emissions and the vulnerability characteristics of electromechanical equipment used by the US Department of Defense (DOD). Applied Technical Services performs electromagnetic testing in accordance with the following MIL-STD-461 sections:

MIL-STD-704

This electromagnetic testing standard establishes electric power requirements and characteristics for aircraft. Applied Technical Services conducts testing in accordance with the following MIL-STD-704 standards:

RTCA-DO-160

This electromagnetic testing standard set by the Radio Technical Commission for Aeronautics (RTCA) and Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) establishes the criteria for environmental aircraft testing. This standard applies to all sizes of aircraft in a variety of fields, including general aviation aircraft, commercial aircraft, and helicopters. Applied Technical Services performs EMI/EMC testing in accordance with the following RTCA-DO-160 sections:
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The certified electromagnetic testing experts at Applied Technical Services are highly trained professionals committed to achieving the highest level of customer satisfaction. ATS is ISO 9001 certified and strives to maximize the value of our EMI compliance testing services, utilizing innovative technology to provide accurate, reliable reporting while reducing client costs. ATS will be expanding our list of offered EMI compliance testing services in 2022 with the addition of MIL-STD-461 RS101 and RS103 (up to 18GHz and 200 V/m) testing, as well as RTCA-DO-160 Section 20 Radiated testing.

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