Agilent Technologies introduces the EMC measurement application for pre-compliance testing
Agilent Technologies Inc. (NYSE: A) introduced the N/W6141A Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) measurement application for its X-Series signal analyzers.
Ideal for R&D engineers in the aerospace/defense, automotive and communications industries, the EMC measurement application enables easier, more accurate pre-compliance emissions testing of prototype electrical components, sub-assemblies and systems. It is the only pre-compliance test solution on the market today that helps users reduce test margins, while ensuring their devices meet all regulatory limits.
Agilent's new N/W6141A EMC measurement application allows R&D engineers to evaluate the electromagnetic interference (EMI) performance of their designs. Its excellent sensitivity and measurement accuracy enables identification of low-level signals and guarantees more precise measurement of signals against commercial (CISPR 16-1-1) and MIL-STD limits with pass/fail and delta indicators. It also enables easy differentiation of ambient signals from device emissions. A frequency scan can be used to continuously search and measure signals, while a strip chart display and real-time detectors enable views of intermittent emissions over time. This allows the engineer to easily identify out-of-limit device emissions.
Some of the key features available in Agilent's new EMC measurement application include:
The EMC measurement application supports a hardkey and softkey manual user interface and SCPI remote interface. As an X-Series measurement application, the application can be easily transferred between X-Series signal analyzers (the PXA, MXA and EXA) with transportable licensing. Support for this application across the entire X-Series platform, coupled with the platform's common algorithms, ensures consistent, repeatable results.
The Agilent X-Series signal analyzers represent an evolutionary approach to signal analysis that spans instruments, measurements and software. These analyzers provide a consistent framework for signal analysis and the flexibility to address business and technical requirements across multiple products and programs -- now and in the future.
More information about the X-Series' EMC measurement application is available at www.agilent.com/find/X-Series_EMC.
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