EMI Testing

IND conducts EMI/EMC testing (both immunity and emissions testing), onsite, at its 3- and 10-Meter EMC Chambers. This testing measures the amount of electromagnetic noise generated by devices during normal operation and is a critical step in bringing certain a new product to market.  Regulatory compliance and due diligence require that electronic devices undergo one or both types of testing.

3 Meter Chamber

• Pre-certification Testing. 
• Emission Testing.
• Susceptibility Testing – malfunctions due to emissions.
• Radiated Immunity Testing.
• Field Uniformity Testing.
• Compliance Testing.

10 Meter Chamber

• Pre-certification Testing.
• Emission Testing.
• Susceptibility Testing – malfunctions due to emissions.

• Radiated Immunity Testing.
• Field Uniformity Testing.

Acoustic Anechoic Chamber

Acoustic Anechoic Chambers are commonly used in to conduct acoustic experiments in nominally “free field” conditions, free field meaning that there are no reflected signals. All sound energy will be traveling away from the source with almost none reflected back.  This means that a person or detector exclusively hears direct sounds (no reverberant sounds), in effect simulating being inside an infinitely large room.