Debugging Conducted Emissions with Oscilloscopes Made EasyOctober 11, 2022 by Rohde & Schwarz
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Application Note Overview
Getting EMI emissions under control is one of those tasks that R&D engineers do not enjoy doing. EMI must often be taken into consideration as early as the design phase, particularly in the case of power electronics systems with increasing switching speeds of wideband gap semiconductors. While EMI receivers or spectrum analyzers are always the preferred choice for these measurements, they are often not available as standard measurement equipment in the R&D lab. To allow optimization early on in the R&D lab, Rohde & Schwarz provides a free tool to simplify conducted emissions debugging using oscilloscopes.
In this application note, learn how to transform oscilloscopes into powerful EMI measurement tools to save time and make it more likely that EMI compliance can be achieved without having to be redesigned.