Below are the questions asked during the live event, along with their respective answers.
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A: Strictly speaking, CISPR 16 doesn’t care what specific technology is used to create an “EMI Measurement Apparatus”. So CISPR doesn’t have to “support” the use of a new instrument that employs new technology. But to make emissions measurements according to product family and generic emissions standards, you need an instrument that meets the performance and feature requirements outlined in CISPR 16, such as a) being able to accurately measure specific test pulses, b) implementing specific 6 dB measurement bandwidths and measurement detectors, etc.
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a) reliably and accurate visualize and measure aperiodic pulse spectrums
b) identify narrowband signals “under” broadband signals that occupy the same frequency
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A: I use real-time every single time I provide clients with conducted or radiated emissions troubleshooting services. The benefits and results are that compelling and valuable to us at SILENT.