Fujitsu General EMC Laboratory Ltd.

On-site evaluation and EMC measuring instrument calibration, batch calibration

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EMC measuring instrument and calibration of antennas by positive system NIST traceable that receives audit from US A2LA. It makes on-site for the customer's place (Available even at holiday/ midnight), and NSA of the chambers/ The periodical calibrations such as modification coefficients and the immunity examination machines of evaluation of characteristics, improvement consulting for SVSWR.

Calibration of Antenna

1. Bi-con for EMI measurement/ LPD/ Bi-Log antenna: 30MHz-2GHz

ANSI C63.5 (2006) US Liberty Lab which derive the free space factor. The comparison calibration with the standard antenna calibrated by three antenna method is done on a standard at the open site of US Liberty Lab.

  • The free space antenna factor, the factor calibration by and each height, The factor for SAE automotive equipment(D=1.0m/h=3.0m) factor.
  • NSA measurement factor: D=10m/3m and h=1.0/ 1.5/ 2.0m, Horizontal/ Vertical: The data is offered in customer's measurement frequency steps.

Open suite of Liberty Lab. USA

The repeatability of the antenna factor thought a year.

2. Horn antenna: 1GHz-40GHz

The comparison calibration with three antenna method or a standard antenna on floor absorber as free space condition.

  • Antenna factor: We offer D=3.0/1.0m sweep method detailed calibrated value
  • VSWR: To confirm for the connector change by aging variation.
  • Radiation Pattern: 2°/0.5GHz steps data offer. To confirm change in shape of the antenna.
1 and 2, It is also available the comparison calibration with our standard antenna at customer's site.

3. Loop antenna: 10Hz-9KHz-30MHz IEEE Std. 291-1991 standard magnetic field method magnetic field factor:

  • AFH and magnetic field strength factor: AFpT and electric field factor: AFE

4. Loop sensor for MIL examination: 10Hz to 1MHz Center magnetic field method by NIST

5. POD for SVSWR measurement: 1GHz to 18GHz The calibrated at free space condition

  • Radiation pattern: Compliant with CISPR 16-1-4
  • Antenna factor: D=3.0m and over 1GHz NSA evaluation of the measurement is also available.
  • VSWR: Confirming with variation of connectors.

Calibration for Electric Field Sensor

Compliant with IEEE Std 1309 (2005), IEC61000-4-3 Ed3, The comparison calibration with the standard equipment traced by NIST.

  1. Sensitivity coefficient Mx: Specified axis or X, Y, and Z axis
    • 10kHz-1GHz: G-TEM Cell method 6V/ M-200V/m
    • 1-6-18GHz: Electric wave chamber free space condition 6V/ M-120V/m
    • Linearity: 6-+6dB
  2. Isotropic Pattern :400MHz or designated number of frequency

The calibration EMC measuring instruments

A2LA audited calibration system compliant to standard which is offered traceability.

  1. Test receiver/ spectrum analyzer: CISPR16-1-1 9KHz-1000MHz-18GHz
    • Level accuracy, input impedance, CISPR QP/AV response characteristic, IF bandwidth response characteristic, and impulse sine wave response.
  2. Power analyzer: IEC61000-4-7 Ed2, IEC61000-4-15, IEC61000-3-3 Ed2, and EN61000-3-12
    • Power presser: 1000V/Electric current: 20A/Electric power: 20KVA
    • PST/ d (t)/ dc (%) Precise calibration
    • New standard harmonics current 40th/ Inter harmonics current/ PWHD/ Voltage current swerve
  3. Telecommunication line ISN: CISPR22 Ed.5LCL=55
    • Highly accurate LCL probe/ 65/ Calibration and coupling factor of 75dB impedance
  4. AMN/ RIN/ CDN: CISPR16-1-1 9KHz-100MHz MIL/ for automotive is contained.
  5. EMI clamping/ Injection clamping: CISPR 16-1-3 and IEC6100-4-6 10 KHz-30MHz-1GHz
  6. Current probe/ injection probe: 10Hz-9 KHz-3GHz
  7. EFT burst-examination machine/ surge examination machine/ Dip testing machine/ CVCF
  8. Signal generator/ preamp/ power amplifier: 9 KHz-18GHz
  9. ESD examination machine (for Ed.2) and oscilloscope: 10GHz, digital multi meter
As for 1 and 3 to 8, calibration on the customer site is also available.


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