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Achieving product excellence is hard with stringent military standards

All equipment manufacturers need effective tools for navigating not only complex but stringent military regulations for EMC compliance.

From individual components & subsystems, to entire systems and topical trends including MIL-STD 461G, emissions, and susceptibility — this series of Military EMC workshops will give you a complete picture of EMC compliance to military standards as it applies to your equipment along with manufacturers wishing to ruggedize products in consumer markets, all under one roof.

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Series line up

Our first in a full Military EMC webinar series, overviewed Military EMC regulations for equipment & subsystems. The next installment in this series, will dive deeper into Do’s & Don’ts of EMC Design Process on March 20th, 2017. If you would like to receive more info on testing & certification, please click here.

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Why to attend
At a glance

In a world of compliance complexity, knowledge empowers. Safety and reliability are paramount in the military industry as military defense contractors, sub-contractors, equipment manufacturers, and the supply chain face stringent regulation in performance, quality and reliability.

In this Military EMC Webinar, you'll obtain critical insights and expert advice into military EMC standards, regulations, product planning, and quality control from MET's Military EMC Lab Manager including:

  • What is MIL-STD 461G
  • 461G in Today's Applications – How military technology and consumer products are developing according to EMC standards.
  • Methods of testing equipment for Electromagnetic Compatibility – Measuring & testing Conducted emissions, Conducted susceptibility, Radiated emissions, Radiated susceptibility, and Electrostatic Discharge (ESD)
  • Do’s & Dont’s of EMC Design Process
Achieving Product Excellence
  • MIL-STD 461 Revisions – Revisions and updates throughout versions A to G.
  • Product Planning – Pre-testing, EUT monitoring method, Pass/Fail criteria & implications.

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