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  • Predicting Microwave and RF Designs Virtually

    RF Module - COMSOL, Inc.

    The RF Module is used by designers of RF and microwave devices to design antennas, waveguides, filters, circuits, cavities, and metamaterials. By quickly and accurately simulating electromagnetic wave propagation and resonant behavior, engineers are able to compute electromagnetic field distributions, transmission, reflection, impedance, Q-factors, S-parameters, and power dissipation. Simulation offers you the benefits of lower cost combined with the ability to evaluate and predict physical effects that are not directly measurable in experiments.

  • Cable Fault Location Equipment

    TECHNO-AC

    Cable fault location by electromagnetic and acoustic methods (with high-voltage pulse transmitter, which is not included into the set)Detection of insulation deterioration on cables by contact and non-contact methods

  • Universal Protection Relay Testing

    K3163i - KINGSINE Electric Automation Co., Ltd.

    ◆ Digital signal complying IEC61850-9-1 / IEC61850-9-2 protocols.◆ Synchronize with GPS,IRIG-B.◆ Suitable testing for all kinds of electromagnetic relays,microcomputer relays.

  • HIRF (High Intensity Radiated Fields) Testing

    National Technical Systems

    At NTS, our experience encompasses more than 50 years of electromagnetic compatibility testing for clients in the aerospace, aviation and other related industries. We maintain fully equipped electromagnetic interference testing facilities in Illinois, Arizona, California, Massachusetts, Texas and New Jersey. With the combined expertise of our team, it’s easy to identify the regulatory challenges your organization faces, and develop a comprehensive testing program that ensures your challenges are met.

  • RF Architectural Shielding Products

    LBA Group, Inc

    EMI (Electromagnetic Interference) is often used interchangeably with RFI (Radio Frequency Interference). However, EMI can be any frequency of electromagnetic noise, whereas RFI is a relatively narrow range of electromagnetic noise on the EM spectrum. EMI Shielding can be used to mitigate electric and magnetic radiation across various spaces. Radio Frequency (RF) Shielding can be used to mitigate RFI with specifically designed enclosures that can block RFI. As well, RF Shielding can include application of RF Shielding paints, fabrics, and other materials.

  • Antenna & RF Design

    Alpha Omega Electromagnetics, L.L.C.

    Alpha Omega Electromagnetics (AOE) provides custom antenna and Radio Frequency design for a wide range of applications. AOE''''s antenna and RF design capabilities include:DesignDevelopmentEngineeringAnalysisTesting

  • Off-Air Testing Products

    Bird Technologies

    Understanding the challenges of the Electromagnetic Spectrum is paramount for Engineers that are charged with the design, characterization, validation of modern RF systems such as Communications Systems, RADAR Systems, and Electronic Warfare Systems.

  • Computer Aided Engineering (CAE) Simulation

    Maya Heat Transfer Technologies Ltd.

    Maya HTT Computer Aided Engineering (CAE) Simulation - Acoustic, Thermal, Fluid Dynamics, Motion, Multiphysics, Composites, Structural, Durability, Correlation, Dynamics, Electromagnetics, and Pre-Post.

  • Gauss Meters

    PCE Instruments

    A gauss meter displays electromagnetic wave measurements in Gauss (G), milliGauss (mG), milliTesla (mT) or microTesla (µT) units. A gauss meter can detect either static (DC) permanent (rare-earth) magnetic or dynamic (AC) electromagnetic fields (EMFs), or both. Thus, it is important to review the specifications of a gauss meter prior to purchase to ensure suitability for the intended application.Neodymium (NdFeB) permanent magnets are among the world's strongest and most widely used magnets. When testing magnets made of neodymium or other rare-earth elements, a gaussmeter or magnetometer capable of measuring DC magnetic fields is required. However, most electromagnetic fields encountered are generated by AC currents. Examples include electrical power lines, transformers and wiring for overhead lighting, solar panels and other electrical devices and equipment. Electromagnetic fields from electrical installations are believed to cause feelings of nervousness, anxiety and paranoia in EMF-sensitive human beings.Most gaussmeters offered by PCE Instruments can be calibrated and certified according to DIN ISO 9000 standards for an additional fee. Replacement gaussmeter probes and optional accessories are available for most gaussmeter models.

  • Direct Effects Lightning Testing

    National Technical Systems

    NTS provides lightning protection engineering, certification plan preparation and verification testing services to airframe and aerospace systems manufacturers around the world. With a lead role in major commercial and military design programs, our engineers take a system-wide approach to assuring that lightning protection is compatible with space and weight limitations, electromagnetic compatibility and electromagnetic pulse. Our experience includes traditional designs, all-composite and fly-by-wire aircraft, as well as avionic upgrades and engine modifications.

  • EMI Site Survey

    Keystone Compliance

    An EMI site survey is an independent assessment of the potential Electromagnetic Interference (EMI) risks that might interfere with an implantable electrical device such as a pacemaker or defibrillator. The assessment should be completed by a qualified and accredited independent test lab such as Keystone Compliance and in collaboration with the employer, manufacturer of the device, patient and physician. A site survey is conducted by taking various electromagnetic measurements throughout the facility. Keystone Compliance uses a broad range of industry-accepted standards and specifications to determine which electromagnetic fields exist. Following completion of the on-site survey, Keystone Compliance provides the customers with a detailed site survey report that will help identify EMI sources and zones with the potential to interact with an implantable electrical device. This information should then be shared with the physician and employer to develop an action plan to reduce potential negative effects to the patient’s health.

  • Accelerometer

    AP2038 - ZETLAB Company

    *Combination of high axial sensibility, intrinsic frequency, and shock resistance;*Low sensitivity to electromagnetic fields;*Feed voltage and current wide range;*Low intrinsic noise level.

  • AS-Interface Power Supplies and Monitors

    ifm efector, inc.

    *High noise immunity and electromagnetic compatibility*Wide input voltage range*Excellent short-circuit and overload protection*Excellent power reserve*Robust metal housing for secure mounting

  • Momentum, FEM Super Element

    W2340EP - Keysight Technologies

    3D planar electromagnetic (EM) simulator used for passive circuit analysis. Also includes modules for animating current flow in conductors and slots, circuit optimization and analytical modeling.

  • EM Cube

    EMAG Technologies Inc..

    EM.Cube® is an industry-recognized simulation suite for electromagnetic modeling of RF system engineering problems. It features several distinct simulation engines that can solve a wide range of modeling problems such as electromagnetic radiation, scattering, wave propagation in various media, coupling, interference, signal integrity, field interactions with biological systems, etc. Using EM.Cube, you can solve problems of different sizes and length scales, varying from a few microns in MEMS devices to several miles in large urban propagation scenes.

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