EMC⁄EMI Measurement Service
AET, Inc. offers you the reliable EMC/EMI measurement services (Near-field and Far-field measurements).
Near-field measurement ( < 18GHz) using high-resolution magnetic field probe
Measurement Tools: Magnetic Field Probes
Provided by the partner company.
- 3m, 10m far-field measurements --- anechoic chamber, shielded room
- 10m anechoic chamber
- 3m anechoic chamber
- Small anechoic chamber (for noise cancellation of defense⁄aircraft equipment)
- Shielded room (for EMC test, surge test, power pulse test)
- Other test equipment corresponding to VCCI, FCC, CE, MIL and JASO
Near-field EMI measurement example
Electromagnetic Field Measuring Equipment
Magnetic Field Probe
To compare the noise of a multi-layer substrate (100mm x 100 mm) with and without 5 bypass condensers, the near-field electromagnetic distribution is measured using the magnetic field probe.
- Electromagnetic Field Measurement Equipment: 4EM500 (NEC)
- DUT: Multilayer substrate (100 mm × 100 mm) equipped with DSP and the memory
- Measurement Frequency: 10MHz ~ 998MHz
- Magnetic Field Probe: MP-10L (or equivalent)
- Measurement Points: 100 × 100, 0.5mm pitch
Magnetic Probe Method (MP Method)
The MP method defined in IEC61967 is a means of evaluating EMI noise by non-contact current measurement of the module's power supply using the magnetic probe.
Bypass capacitors are used to stabilize the power supply and suppress the noise, but as can be seen above, in the 10MHz-998MHz range, there is no considerable effect provided by the bypass capacitor. For effective decoupling, the capacity, amount, positioning, and type of capacitor should be taken account and verification via a standardized method is essential. In AET, we provide the near-field EMI measurements per module using magnetic field probes. Please allow us to minimize your EMI costs by providing you with the optimum design approach.