Rohde & Schwarz Presents “How to Significantly Reduce EMI Test Time”

Time Domain Scans vs. Stepped Frequency Scans in EMI Test Receivers

Click here to download a copy of the presentation.


Throughout product development, radiated emissions are repeatedly measured to ensure compliance to EMI standards.  The use of Time Domain Scan greatly reduces measurement time without compromising accuracy, and thus can significantly save development costs.  Get answers to how Time Domain Scan works and it’s advantages.  We will compare the speed and measurement accuracy of a conventional Frequency Stepped Scan versus an advanced FFT-based Time Domain Scan, and give tips on making optimal use of this advanced methodology.

Who should attend:
All design engineers and technicians involved in the development of electronic devices and systems of any kind, where compliance to EMI standards is required.

Bill WangardBill Wangard
Bill Wangard is the EMI Receiver and Radio monitoring Product Manager at Rohde & Schwarz. He has 20+ years of RF and Receiver experience at Motorola and Rohde & Schwarz. Bill authored numerous patents at Motorola.