Join Element at Booth #616 at the 2022 IEEE International Symposium on Electromagnetic Compatibility, Signal & Power Integrity, in Spokane, Washington from August 2-4.
We know that preparing your products for EMC testing and navigating the requirements for exporting your products around the world can be complicated. Stop by our booth and chat with our experts about the challenges you're facing. We are happy to advise and support you.
About the symposium
The EMC+SIPI Symposium brings together the world’s top researchers and industry-leading companies to share ideas and advances in our field. Join the world's leading EMC and SIPI engineers to discuss the latest developments in EMC and Signal Integrity and Power Integrity techniques.
Why should I attend?
We're excited to join the conversation at EMC + SIPI Symposium in Spokane, WA next week. Whether you seek to optimize your new product, achieve country-specific certification, or test your product for electromagnetic emissions or immunity, our experts will help you select the proper method for your application and end goals. From aerospace and military to transportation and medical device, we provide EMC and EMI testing for a wide range of critical industries.
Schedule a meeting with one of our experts to learn more about how we can help you develop better products, save time and money, and minimize potential risk to your business.
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