Reverberation Chambers

RF Shielded EMC Testing Enclosure

RF Shielded Testing Enclosures, We have the right one for You!

RF Shielded Testing Enclosures-what are they? RF Shielded EMC Testing Enclosures are based on the theory of the "Faraday Cage", pioneered by Michael Faraday in 1836.  A Faraday Cage is made of a conductive metal mesh or solid conductive metal plates that will not allow external electric fields to enter the area that the cage encloses.  Our RF Shielded EMC Testing Enclosures are made of metalized conductive textiles, making them easy to assemble, lightweight and portable. RF Shielded Testing Enclosures-what are...
EMC Tests

Reverberation Chambers Two Styles, One Great EMC Testing Method!

Reverberation Chambers, Two Styles, one Great EMC Testing Method!  EMC Testing is typically done in metal lined testing chambers.  The metal blocks any exterior RF noise from entering the testing chamber, interfering with the EMC testing that you are performing.  It's just the Device Under Testing (DUT) and the applied frequencies that are used in the test.  The problem is, the metal that keeps the "ambient noise out" allows reflection of the testing frequencies off the inside walls of...
Reverberation Chamber

The Reverberation Chamber is a very useful Tool in Automotive Testing!

The Reverberation Chamber is a very useful Tool in Automotive Testing! The Reverberation Chamber is a very useful tool in Automotive Testing.  This is especially true in the ElectroMagnetic Compatibility (EMC) area.  Automotive Industry is constantly increasing its EMC standards.  The tests in the Automotive Industry are the ISO 114 52-2, CISPR-25, and the EN 61000-4-21 tests.  United States based vehicle manufacturers market their vehicles worldwide, so these standards are always incorporated in their basic company standards. These standards are increasing...