New developments in CISPR Automotive EMI standards for electric vehicles (Europe / Asia)

New developments in CISPR Automotive EMI standards for electric vehicles (Europe / Asia)

Automotive EMI standards are developing quickly to address the impact of electric and hybrid vehicles on the electromagnetic environment. Recent changes in CISPR 25 & CISPR 36 and the ongoing revision of CISPR 12 as well as a demand to reduce test time and record the disturbance characteristic of the device under test bring new requirements for vehicle manufacturers and component suppliers. Usage of FFT-based measuring instruments is the key for addressing these topics. The presentation will address the applicability of FFT-based receivers for EMI compliance measurements against international standards, gives an inside view on the technology of such receivers and will conclude with practical use cases.

In this webinar, you will learn how to/ more about:
  • New developments in CISPR EMI standards for automotive applications
  • Overview of FFT-based receivers for EMI testing
  • Practical approach to EMI testing
Speakers

Jens Medler, Product Manager, EMI Test Equipment Rohde & Schwarz
Jens Medler joined Rohde & Schwarz, in 1996. He is responsible for the standardization and application support of EMI test receivers and accessories for both hardware and software and is active member of various CISPR Subcommittees since 1999. This includes CIS/A on EMC measurement instrumentation and methods, CIS/D on equipment on vehicles and internal combustion engine powered devices and CIS/I on information technology equipment, multimedia equipment and receivers. Since October 2017 he is acting as Convenor of CIS/A WG2; the CISPR Working Group on EMC measurement methods, statistical techniques and uncertainty. He is recipient of the IEC 1906 Award.

 
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