Last week, TOYO exhibited at the IEEE EMC Symposium exhibition in Long Beach California. This was the third time we exhibited at this event. My colleagues Yoshi Fukawa, Barry Steltz, Jim Baer, Naoki Hagihara and Irene Wong also took part.
In this year’s Symposium, the following two presentations caught my attention:
- Investigation on Difference of Radiated Emission Measurement Reproduction between Two EUTs at International RRT by using CMAD as a Terminating Device for AC Mains Cable, Shinichi Okuyama (VCCI Council / NEC Platforms, Ltd.)
- Ground Loops during Site Validation of Anechoic Rooms Below 30 MHz, Alexander Kriz (Seibersdorf Laboratories)
TOYO introduced our EMC test software and system, Keysight’s EMI Receiver, AMETEK’s power amplifier, API proximity electromagnetic scanner, GTS’s OTA test solution, Frankonia’s E-Drive test bench, Seibersdorf’s Loop Antenna and EMI simulation NEC software. I received many questions about the magnetic field measurement below 30 MHz spec under consideration by CISPR / A and the E – Drive test bench. As many of you know, TOYO currently offers a wide range of automotive EMC test solutions.
I appreciate the organizers who held such a wonderful event. And we will certainly be back next year.
-Nori “Nick” Sugawara