Pleasanton, California (PRWEB) January 12, 2015 -- Standard Revision Introduces New Immunity, Risk Analysis Requirements; New Devices Must Comply by April 2017 in the U.S.
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4th Edition of IEC 60601-1-2 (requirements and tests for medical equipment and systems): The new revision mandates compliance of new products by April 2017 in the USA and all products by August 2017 in the European Union.
Also, according to this text (I have not check this standard yet), it is worth to note that this revision imposes significantly higher EMC test levels.
This paper describes the measurement method developed to measure the maximum total radiated power using a reverberation chamber. A description of the calibration of the chamber as well as the verification of the measurement method is given. Finally, some results of measurements of actual multimedia products are given.
Today’s electrical and electronic devices are subject to mandatory EMC requirements throughout the world. Many devices operate at high frequencies and are very small. They are placed in nonconducti...
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A nice overview on Electromagnetic Interference (EMI) and how to reduce radiated EMI by using shielding, while taking into account some design considerations. For those who want a quick insight over this subject, this is a good kick-off.
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FCC reviews cell phone, radiation standards Examiner.com The FCC is seeking comments from other agencies and health experts about whether it should update its standards limiting exposure to cell phone radiofrequency (RF) electromagnetic fields,...
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