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Electromagnetic Laboratories

Electromagnetic compatibility, also known as EMC, is the ability of electric or electronic equipment and systems to operate acceptably in their electromagnetic environment, by limiting the unintentional generation, propagation and reception of electromagnetic energy which may cause unwanted effects such as electromagnetic interference (EMI) or even physical damage in operational equipment. EMC tests are applied to all electric or electronic devices in accordance with latest EMC directives and regional and industry-level regulations and standards through certification before entering the market in order to ensure that electric or electronic devices do not cause unwanted interference to other devices operating within the same electromagnetic environment.

There are two semi-anechoic chambers and two shielded rooms with different dimensions where accredited military and commercial EMC tests can be performed in the Electromagnetic Laboratory. In addition, there is a fully anechoic chamber and an open area test site where the calibrations of the devices used in EMC tests and electromagnetic pollution measurements are carried out.