Welcome to the webpage of the 21NRM06 EMC-STD project (Metrology for emerging electromagnetic compatibility standards). All electronic equipment within the European Market must fulfil the essential requirements of the European EMC Directive 2014/30/EU, with compliance demonstrated using harmonised electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) standards. However due to emerging radio services and state of the art technologies employed in Smart Grids, Internet of Things (IoT), electromobility, and other cutting-edge applications, the standards used to effectively address these new interference scenarios are lacking. This requires validated and traceable methods to assess the electromagnetic emissions in complex situations such as in situ testing of large-size/high-power equipment mainly in the scope of CISPR37 & CISPR11 and interference in wireless communications mainly in the scope of CISPR16.
This project aims to significantly contribute to the development of CISPR 37 and to the revision of CISPR 11 and CISPR 16 through new electromagnetic emissions test methods for harsh environments, fully traceable time-domain measurement techniques, new calibration methods for the response to pulses of receivers and the statistical evaluation of interferences in compliance assessments. For more details see the Project structure or the Publishable project summary.
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Measurement campaign in the EMC laboratory Uni Magdeburg (18-23 September 2023)
The project (21NRM06 EMC-STD) has received funding from the European Partnership on Metrology, co-financed from the European Union’s Horizon Europe Research and Innovation Programme and by the Participating States.