Simulation software targets EMI compliance

Monday 22nd July, 2013 on Dataweek

Agilent Technologies announced the latest release of Electromagnetic Professional (EMPro), its 3D electromagnetic simulation software. EMPro 2013 helps design engineers identify and resolve difficult electromagnetic interference (EMI) problems, in addition to offering a number of new capabilities to reduce simulation time and increase design efficiency. The new release allows engineers to simulate the radiated emissions of electronic circuits and components and then determine whether these emissions are within levels specified by common electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) standards, such as FCC Part 15, CISPR 22 and MIL-STD-461F.

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