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What does EMS stand for?

EMS stands for Electromagnetic Susceptibility


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The purpose of the E3 testing was to measure and provide results regarding the aircraft's electromagnetic susceptibility to certain frequencies, which can affect flight-critical and other systems on the aircraft.
The new facility could allow a even buses to be tested by electromagnetic susceptibility (EMS), electromagnetic interference (EMI), electrostatic discharge (ESD), and powertrain EMI/EMS on a 360-degree rotating platform.
Electromagnetic susceptibility (EMS) is a property of equipment and systems to operate without defects or with a precisely defined acceptable effect in the environment in which electromagnetic interference is present.
Connexion by Boeing also completed human health analyses, radio frequency propagation and field strength analyses and airplane electromagnetic susceptibility tests and analyses.
It has strong electromagnetic susceptibility (EMS) performance across its full frequency range.
LogiMetrics, located in Plainview, is engaged in the business of manufacturing traveling wave tube amplifiers and microwave transmitting systems used for wireless communications for cellular television, satellite earth stations, point to point communications, as well as test systems for the measurement and control of "electromagnetic pollution" in the field of electromagnetic susceptibility.
To meet the stringent CE compliance requirements, SASL is certified compliant with EN 302 208-2, EN 302 208-1, EN 301 489-3, EN 301 489-1, EN55022, EN55024, EN 60950-1:2005, which collectively deal with RF emissions, electromagnetic susceptibility, and a suite of electrical safety standards.
The Renesas M16C family offers scalable on-chip memory resources, IO, peripherals, packages and very low electromagnetic interference (EMI) electromagnetic susceptibility (EMS), which makes it ideal for RF designs.

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