The May 2023 issue of In Compliance concentrates on Product Safety Compliance.
Seventy Years of Electromagnetic Interference Control in Planes, Trains, and Automobiles (and Ships and Spaceships, as well)
By Ken Javor
The first in a multi-part series of articles exploring the background of modern electromagnetic interference (EMI) requirements and test methods covers general topics.
ESD Designers’ Headache with Multiple Automotive Test Requirements, Part I
By Gianluca Boselli
The trend of progressively migrating both ESD and EMC immunity from the system/board to the component level is creating unprecedented challenges for the component ESD designer. Implications of EMC-ESD immunity co-design will be reviewed along with several case studies.
The Future of Wi-Fi
By IEEE Standards Association (IEEE SA)
The revolution and advancement of Wi-Fi technology are led by efforts of the IEEE Standards Association (IEEE SA) and based on the IEEE 802.11™ series of wireless connectivity standards, which continues to dramatically impact how we communicate and access information.
CPSC Gets Aggressive About Failure to Report
By Kenneth Ross
Since early 2021, the failure to report or late reporting to the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) has resulted in significant civil penalty settlements. Manufacturers need to understand their legal responsibilities when analyzing post-sale incidents, injuries, and lawsuits so that they can argue that they met their statutory reporting responsibilities.
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