IEEE EMC Technical Meeting

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The Huntsville Chapter of the IEEE Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) Society invites you to attend a Technical Meeting on February 21, 2019 featuring a talk given by Mr. Jason Smith of Absolute-EMC.  The program will begin at 5:30 pm with Gauss Instruments sponsoring a free catered meal.  Mr. Smith's technical presentation will begin at approximately 6:20 pm after some short chapter status updates.

 

Synopsis:  

MIL-STD-461G now lists receivers with FFT technology as acceptable to be used for final measurements but it has some requirements. This technology has the potential to improve testing exponentially, but as with anything one has to understand it to implement it correctly. We will discuss what is required to make full compliant measurements with an FFT receiver. This presentation is for anyone performing MIL-STD testing on their products to understand how testing is performed correctly. The understanding and techniques can also be applied to commercial/CISPR requirements.

 

 

The meeting will be held at ADTRAN in the East Tower, 2nd Floor, FountainView Conference Room. The directions are included below (follow the Blue line on the map).

The meal and presentation are open to anyone interested in EMC: IEEE membership is not required to attend. Seating is limited to the first 75 people registered. Please RSVP/Register below.



  Date and Time

  Location

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  • Huntsville, Alabama
  • United States 35806
  • Building: Adtran - East Tower
  • Room Number: 2nd Floor, FountainView Conference Room
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  • Co-sponsored by Gauss Instruments
  • Starts 29 January 2019 09:00 AM
  • Ends 20 February 2019 05:30 PM
  • All times are US/Central
  • No Admission Charge
  • Menu: Meal - Southwestern
  • Register


  Speakers

Mr. Jason Smith of NASA

Topic:

Full Compliance Emissions Measurements According to MIL-STD-461G with FFT

MIL-STD-461G now lists receivers with FFT technology as acceptable to be used for final measurements but it has some requirements. This technology has the potential to improve testing exponentially, but as with anything one has to understand it to implement it correctly. We will discuss what is required to make full compliant measurements with an FFT receiver. This presentation is for anyone performing MIL-STD testing on their products to understand how testing is performed correctly. The understanding and techniques can also be applied to commercial/CISPR requirements.

 

 

Address:Alabama, United States





Agenda

5:30pm - 6:20pm Dinner Sponsored by: Gauss Instruments

6:20pm - 6:25pm EMC Chapter Updates

6:25pm - 7:30pm Speaker & Q/A

Meal - Sothwestern 

Chicken Fajitas, Beef Fajitas, Black Beans, Chips and Salsa, Sour Cream, Guacamole, Shredded Lettuce, Jalapenos, Churrors, Sweet/UnSweet Tea and Water