Conducted Emissions Testing– Measuring electromagnetic disturbances

The purpose of this test is to verify the levels of conducted electromagnetic interference emitted by electronic equipment on its power supplies or its input / output (I / O).

The test is carried out using an EMI receiver, impedance stabilization networks (RSIL) or RF current clamp.

RF field measurements are usually carried out in an anechoic chamber.


Test parameters for Conducted Emissions testing include:

  • Frequency range: 10kHz to 18GHz
  • Limit programmed according to test standards
  • Measurement detector: Peak, Quasi-Peak, Medium, Medium CISPR
  • Bandwidth: 9kHz, 10kHz, 100kHz, 120kHz