By shielding a device against all outside interference, you can accurately measure the strength of the electromagnetic field that is generated by the device under test. The chamber will give us advantage and Hectronics engineers are now able test the radiated emission or radiated immunity of a device in our lab in Uppsala, during the development process. Depending on what field of industry a device will be operating in, there are different industry standards that determines emission and immunity limits. But there are more applications for an EMC chamber other than radiation testing. You can also test wireless transmitters, antennas, and specific absorption rates.
By being able to do the pre-compliance testing in our lab, we can both shorten the time to market and ensure that the device will pass the final compliance testing.