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Analyze EMI problems with oscilloscopes from Rohde & Schwarz

Authored on: Jul 2, 2019

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Each electronic design engineer has this specific challenge:
When debugging electromagnetic interference (EMI) problems, the electronic design engineer faces the challenging problem of identifying the sources of unwanted emissions and developing a solution for them. Often, the only information that comes back from the EMC test laboratory is a spectrum curve indicating the frequencies where emissions are critical or violating the limits. Repetitive testing at the EMC compliance laboratory to identify and resolve the problem is costly and often significantly delays the product launch.

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