The use of electronic devices and various digital devices has been increasing in both civilian and military fields. This situation increases the problems related to electromagnetic compatibility.
There are many ways to solve such problems, but it is important to take precautions before the problem arises. Therefore, manufacturers are trying to design the electronic and electrical systems and devices in a way to minimize the electromagnetic radiation (emission). For example, the frequency of use of computers increases every day. Therefore, computer design is no longer just circuit design. Today, when installing computer components on the motherboard, it is necessary to ensure that this card is operating properly and meeting electromagnetic compatibility requirements.
Radiation diffusion tests are important here. There are two ways in which electromagnetic interference can reach electrical or electronic devices or systems and be effective in their operation: radiation or conduction. Radiation is when these devices cause interference in the air or are affected. Transmission, in particular, may cause interference or interference.
Radiated Emission tests are performed to determine how much electromagnetic pollution an electrical or electronic system or device generates by radio frequency in the environment in which it is operating.
Electromagnetic compatibility tests and measurements are carried out in the laboratories. our organization radiation emission within the scope of EMC tests tests in accordance with the relevant legal regulations, standards and test methods published by domestic and foreign organizations. A few standards considered in this study are:
- TS EN 50561-1 Power line communication devices for low voltage installations - Radio disturbance characteristics - Limits and measuring methods - Part 1: Domestic appliances
- TS EN 55011 Industrial, scientific and medical equipment - Radiofrequency distortion characteristics - Limit values and measurement methods
- TS EN 55014-1 Electromagnetic compatibility - Specifications for household appliances and similar appliances - Part 1: Propagation
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