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MILTARY & AEROSPACE EMC TESTING

 

Military MIL-STD EMC Testing: MIL-STD-461 & 462

 

EMC Technologies’ Melbourne and Sydney laboratories provide NATA accredited Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) MIL-STD testing of military equipment to MIL-STD 461 B, C, D, E & F. The scope includes most test requirements and methods called up by MIL-STD 461/2, allowing defence agencies, contractors and defence suppliers to prove compliance with the stringent EMC limits imposed on defence equipment and systems.

MIL-STD-461 (limits) and MIL-STD-462 (test methods) are coordinated documents used by the Army, Air force and Navy as a baseline to standardize EMC design and test requirements for equipment and systems. They provide a standardized set of interference control and test requirements which form a common basis for assessing the EMC characteristics. They include conducted emissions, radiated emissions, conducted susceptibility, and radiated susceptibility requirements.

Our MIL-STD testing facilities in Melbourne and Sydney include large semi-anechoic chambers that accommodate large vehicles, systems and equipment as well as small military devices.

Our scope of NATA accreditation includes:

  •      Conducted Emissions: CE01/CE101, CE03/CE103
  •     Radiated Emissions: RE01/RE101, RE02/RE102
  •     Radiated Susceptibility: RS01/RS101, RS02, RS03/RS103
  •     Conducted Susceptibility: CS01/CS101, CS02/CS102, CS06, CS114, CS115, CS116
  •     Aircraft Electrical Power Characteristics: MIL-STD 704

 

EMC Technologies’ experienced EMC engineers provide expert consultancy services to defence agencies, contractors and suppliers in the areas of EMC design and systems integration, tender bid assistance, documentation preparation and Electromagnetic Environmental Effects. Tempest consultation and pre-testing services are also provided.


 Aerospace/Avionics Testing: RTCA/DO-160

 

EMC Technologies’ comprehensive Melbourne and Sydney laboratories provide NATA accredited Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) aerospace testing of avionics and aerospace equipment to RTCA/DO-160 up to edition G. DO-160 EMC and environmental tests are very similar to military standards.

Our scope of NATA accreditation includes:

  •  Section 15 Magnetic Effect
  • Section 17 Voltage Spike
  • Section 18 Audio Frequency Conducted Susceptibility
  • Section 19 Induced Signal Susceptibility
  • Section 20 Radio Frequency Susceptibility
  • Section 21 Emission of Radio Frequency Energy
  • Section 25 Electrostatic Discharge

We can also offer non accredited testing services to Section 16 – Power Input (accreditation expected in the near future).

Other sections such as environmental tests can be subcontracted to partner laboratories enabling a single point contact.

 

Aerospace/Avionics Testing: RTCA DO-294 and DO-307

 

EMC Technologies can provide commercial airlines with necessary EMC and EMI testing services to receive approval for Gate-to-Gate use of Personal Electronic Devices (PEDs) on-board aircraft.

We have developed extensive capability and experience from servicing major local and international airlines. Services include:

  • Front door testing
  • TPED (Transmitting Portable Electronic Devices) testing
  • Interference Path Loss (IPL) testing method
  • Back door susceptibility testing

We can travel to your site anywhere in the world to carry out these tests at any convenient time.

 

Electromagnetic Environmental Effects (E3) MIL-STD 464

E3 requirements address both intra-system and inter-system issues as well as the broad range of electromagnetic disciplines. These include electromagnetic interference (EMI), electromagnetic susceptibility (EMS), radiation hazards (EMR) electromagnetic vulnerability (EMV), hazards of electromagnetic radiation to ordinance (HERO), lighting and precipitation static (p-static). External E3 effects include lightning, p-static, EMP and RF transmissions. Internal E3 effects include EMI, RF transmissions and cross coupling of RF and low frequency currents.

EMC Technologies experienced engineers can handle all your E3 integration requirements, systems testing, preparing or reviewing all the necessary documentation as well as liaising with defence department on your behalf.