The July 2022 issue of In Compliance concentrates on Electromagnetic Compatibility.
A Bias Tee for Broadband Measurement of Power Electronic Components
By Michael Fuchs, Christoph Maier, and David Pommerenke
Bias tees are an important tool for many applications including vector network analysis. As accurate understanding and modeling of power electronic components becomes increasingly important for the study of their electromagnetic emissions, so do broadband measurements with bias tees. This paper describes the composition of such a special bias tee in terms of the necessary geometries and circuitry.
The Rise of Time-Sensitive Networking (TSN) in Automobiles, Industrial Automation, and Aviation
By Glenn Parsons
Speed and determinism in design, made possible by time-sensitive networking (TSN) technology, is prompting the development of new TSN profiles for a multitude of applications across industry sectors. The IEEE 802.1™ Working Group of the IEEE Standards Association (IEEE SA) offers numerous TSN profiles for applications, including the automotive, manufacturing, and aviation industries.
Continuity and Change in International Wireless Approvals
By Michael Cassidy
On the 15th anniversary of his career in international product approvals, the author looks back on what has changed and what has remained the same in the global product approval process.
Preparing For and Implementing Product Recalls in 2022
By Kenneth Ross
Recalls are a major contributor to product liability incidents and lawsuits, interactions with government safety agencies, disputes with suppliers and product sellers, and negative publicity with the buying public. New guides have recently been issued that can help a manufacturer and product seller to better understand how to prepare for and implement an effective recall.
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