EMC LABORATORY (DEVICE)
Electric, electronic or electromechanic devices are tested before they reach the end user. Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) refers to the mutual compatibility of electronic and electric devices in terms of electromagnetic interference. EMC tests are carried out to ensure that electric/electronic devices do not cause unwanted interference to other devices operating within the same electromagnetic environment.
EMC tests are performed in the semi-anechoic room, open area test site and shielded room according to the military or civil standards.
Calibrations are performed in the tem-cell, anechoic room, semi-anechoic room, open area test site and shielded room.
Isotropic probe calibrations are carried out in the tem-cell in the 30 Hz - 700 MHz frequency range and in the anechoic room in the 700 MHz - 40 GHz frequency range. Antenna calibrations are carried out in the semi-anechoic room and open area test site in the 30 MHz - 40 GHz frequency range.
Also absorbing clamp and current clamp calibrations and the projects “EMRP IND60 EMC Improved EMC Test Methods in Industrial Environments Project” and “Atomic Sensor Development Project” are among the other work that the laboratory is currently undertaking.