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Tektronix moves into EMI precompliance

-February 05, 2018

Long in the spectrum analyzer business, Tektronix has of late taken more interest in EMI testing. Many engineers don't give EMI/EMC a thought until they bring their product to a lab, only to find that the product failed emissions tests. IoT products developed by small or startup companies often fall victim to EMI requirements. To improve your chances of passing, you can perform precompliance tests in a conference room, lab, or even a garage.

EMCVu software turns a Tektronix real-time spectrum analyzer or mixed-domain oscilloscope into a precompliance EMI receiver. You also need accessories to make radiated and conducted emissions measurements. The company now offers such accessories, which include:


EMCVu PC software lets you see your product's radiated and conducted emissions. It lets you compare emissions against EMI standards for medical, automotive, multimedia, appliances, and military products. These standards cover IEC-CISPR, CENELEC, FCC, and military emissions limits. The software also provides a setup wizard that shows you how to configure the test equipment and distances from your equipment under test to the receiving antenna.

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EMCVu software lets you see where emissions peaks exceed test limits in precompliance testing.

You can use the EMCVu and accessories with the following Tektronix instruments:
All items are priced separately or in bundles, as explained in the table below. Prices do not include the spectrum analyzer nor oscilloscope.

Tektronic EMCvu pricing

Tektronix, EMCVu and precompliance accessories product page

Martin Rowe covers test and measurement for EDN and EE Times. Contact him at martin.rowe@AspenCore.com Follow me on TwitterVisit my LinkedIn page

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