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Implementation of EMC Testing of Automotive Vehicles
ISSN: 0148-7191, e-ISSN: 2688-3627
Published February 01, 1981 by SAE International in United States
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A complete facility to assure electro-magnetic compatibility of automotive vehicles has been implemented. This facility includes automated shielded anechoic rooms equipped with program controlled dynamometers for radiated susceptibility and radio compatibility testing, computer controlled transient measurement and conducted susceptibility laboratory, open-air sites for narrow and broadband radiated emissions and mobile equipment for onboard vehicle testing. This paper presents the procedures and methods performed in the planning, construction and validation of the facility. Value analysis, system development and implementation results will be detailed.
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- J. C. Kinderman - Electromagnetic Compatibility Engineering Staff General Motors Corp.
- R. P. Blink - Electromagnetic Compatibility Engineering Staff General Motors Corp.
- D. J. Eisenlord - Electromagnetic Compatibility Engineering Staff General Motors Corp.
- M. G. Laskowski - Electromagnetic Compatibility Engineering Staff General Motors Corp.
- J. G. Moyer - Electromagnetic Compatibility Engineering Staff General Motors Corp.
- J. P. Peters - Electromagnetic Compatibility Engineering Staff General Motors Corp.
- T. Rybak - Electromagnetic Compatibility Engineering Staff General Motors Corp.
- W. Sperber - Electromagnetic Compatibility Engineering Staff General Motors Corp.
CitationKinderman, J., Blink, R., Eisenlord, D., Laskowski, M. et al., "Implementation of EMC Testing of Automotive Vehicles," SAE Technical Paper 810333, 1981, https://doi.org/10.4271/810333.
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