Element is excited to be an exhibitor and speaker at the 2022 MN EMC Event on Sept 29. Please visit our table to discuss your EMC testing challenges with our experts, who are eager to help you find smart, fast solutions.
About the event
The Minnesota EMC Event brings together local EMC experts to discuss the latest challenges and opportunities on topics ranging from the current antenna calibration landscape to RTCA-DO-160 testing. Register at the link below to join us.
Element expert Erik Borgstrom will give a presentation called "Illuminating Trouble: Problems with Direct Illumination Susceptibility Testing in a SemiAnechoic Chamber – Corrections to DO-160G Section 20.5." Erik is an active member of SAE for almost 15 years. He is one of Element’s representatives on RTCA Special Committee 135 (which writes and revises DO-160) since 1997, and is currently a change coordinator for DO-160 section 25 and DO-380 section 22. Erik has written several articles and presented many papers at symposia and conferences hosted by IEEE, SAE, and other industry organizations focused on EMI and lightning for defense and aerospace.
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.
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