Ed. note: I’ve made a few updates to this article since it was first published in 2011, with the most recent today, 6‑Dec-18. – DN – The most reliable of the five system architectures, Category 4 is the only architecture that uses multiple-fault tolerant techniques to help ensure that component failures do not result in an unacceptable…Read More
Macworld was invited inside Apple’s EMC test lab for a tour – the first time journalists have been permitted into this area. This article looks at what Apple does to make sure their products meet EMC design requirements. Testing industrial equipment is often simpler that this, and you don’t need to buy your own labs to do it. Are your machine designs compliant? Would you know if they
At the recent PSES Symposium, I attended a couple of interesting workshops on EMC and Functional Safety. One was called “Workshop on EMC & Functional Safety” presented by Keith Armstrong, Bill Radasky and Jacques Delaballe. The other was a paper presentation called “Why Conventional EMC Testing is Insufficient for Functional Safety” presented by Keith Armstrong.
For readers who are new to the idea of Functional Safety, this field dealsRead More
What a great Symposium! Dr. June Andersen kicked it off with a great keynote, and the rest of the sessions were excellent!Read More