EMC / EMI / RFI Resources
As the environment becomes more and more crowded in the RF realm, interference has become a major issue. Far more than simply an occasional nuisance, this phenomenon has the potential to seriously interrupt the conducting of business, personal communications, hobbies and even critical life support monitoring systems. As a radio control model hobbyist myself (see my Model Aircraft Website), I have been aware for 30 years about the perils of interference and the profoundly disastrous results that can occur is left unchecked. Preventing interference is a big part of the cure, since it is not always possible to simply design a receiver that can reject the interference. The resources listed here should help you find the assistance you need. |
EMC / EMI / RFI Manufacturers & Services
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|Applied Computational Electromagnetics Society|
408-646-1111 / Monterey, CA
The primary focus of ACES is on computational techniques, electromagnetics modeling software, and applications.
Applied Electromagnetics Group
505-277-2436 / Albuquerque, NM
The Applied Electromagnetics Group of the ECE department performs research in the areas of antennas (both for wireless communications and high power applications, high power microwaves, pulsed power, computational electromagnetics, plasma physics, fusion energy, and space weather - from the University of New Mexico.
Applied Electromagnetics Laboratory
713-743-4488 / Houston, TX
Specializes in antennas and computational electromagnetics, from the Department of Electrical Engineering, University of Houston.
BYU Electromagnetics World
Provides an overview of teaching and research activities related to the Electromagnetics area at Brigham Young University and provides links to research groups and course websites.
Center for Computational Electromagnetics and Electromagnetics Laboratory
217-333-1200 / Urbana, IL
Research in antennas and arrays, scattering, inverse scattering, millimeter waves, microwave and high-speed digital circuits, electro-optics, remote and geophysical sensing, bioengineering applications, and computational electromagnetics, from Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.
Center for Electromagnetic Theory and Applications
Research Laboratory of Electronics and Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science at MIT.
Center for the Study of Wireless Electromagnetic Compatibility
Serves as an independent center dedicated to the investigation of issues related to the electromagnetic compatibility of electronic equipment with wireless devices.
Clemson University Vehicular Electronics Laboratory
The Clemson Vehicular Electronics Laboratory (CVEL) collaborates with industrial sponsors to provide research and education services involving all aspects of automotive and aerospace vehicle electronics including electronic components, circuits, sensors, communications, power distribution and mechatronics with an emphasis on systems integration, electromagnetic compatibility and modeling.
Computational Electromagnetics Lab
+39-055-4796-755 / Italy
Research in antennas, Electromagnetics scattering, and microwave circuit and device, from the Department of Electronics and Telecommunications, University of Florence.
Complex Media Electromagnetics Laboratory
St. Petersburg, Russia
Research in electromagnetics of bi-anisotropic media, such as chiral materials, other media with magnetoelectric interactions, and artificial magnetics; mainly theoretical studies, also work in theoretical electromagnetics, from the Radiophysical Science and Engineering Faculty. St. Petersburg State Technical University.
|ElectroMagnetic Interactions Laboratory (EMIL)|
703-231-9744 / Blacksburg, VA
Devoted to the computationally intensive analysis of problems involving the interaction of electromagnetic fields with the natural environment, from the Bradley Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Virginia Polytechnic Institute & State University.
Reformulation of Maxwell's equations of electromagnetism in terms of commutative hypercomplex mathematics, by Clyde Davenport.
Electromagnetics Research Group (EMRG)
517-355-1855 / East Lansing, MI
Performs both fundamental and applied research in the interaction of electromagnetic fields with both electronic and biological systems, at Michigan State University.
Electromagnetics and Microwave Lab
979-845-7441 / College Station, TX
Research in active antennas and power combining, microwave integrated circuits and antennas, microwave power transmission, magnetic resonance imaging, Green's functions and numerical methods, ground penetration radar, and wavelet techniques, from Texas A & M University.
EMC Group of the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology
+41 21 693 26 61 / Switzerland
Research in lightning electromagnetic effects, field-to-transmission line interactions, biological effects of electromagnetic fields, power line communications (PLC), EMC in complex systems.
Gallery of Electromagnetic Personalities
A Vignette History of Electromagnetics - including contributions by Franklin, Priestley, Coulomb, Galvani, Volta, and more, by Professor Taylor at the University of Maryland.
IEEE EMC Society
732-981-0060 / Piscataway, NJ
Electromagnetic Compatibility Society of IEEE.
IEEE EMC Society Chapters
List & links of IEEE EMC Chapters.
International Association for Radio, Telecommunications and Electromagnetics (iNARTE)
800-89-NARTE / Medway, MA
Worldwide, non-profit, professional telecommunications association which certifies qualified engineers and technicians in the fields of Telecommunications, Electromagnetic Compatibility/Interference (EMC/EMI), Product Safety (PS), Electrostatic Discharge control (ESD) and Wireless Systems Installation.
MicroElectromagnetics Device Group
Primarily interested in the development of new structures in which electromagnetic phenomena play key roles in the functionality of the device.
610-829-5000 / Easton, PA
EMI/RFI shielding, board level RF shielding, multi-cavity shields, finger stock, chemical etched metal parts, metal stamping and electroplating services.