Electromagnetic Compatibility Laboratory

Electromagnetic Compatibility Laboratory investigates various methods for electromagnetic noise measurement, precise measurement of physical quantities of electromagnetic waves, and calibration of antennas and measuring instruments for radio equipment from extremely low frequency to terahertz waves to keep the electromagnetic environment clean without electromagnetic interference between radio equipment and electronic devices.

Moreover, the laboratory accurately evaluates electromagnetic energy absorbed by the tissues of a human body for investigating the safety of exposure to radio waves, which is one of the problems in the electromagnetic environment.

On basis of these researches, we contribute to national and international standards, regulations, and guidelines related to measurement and evaluation of radio waves, which are necessary for certifications of radio equipments.

Director : Soichi Watanabe

Measurement of electromagnetic noise radiated from LED bulbs and AC power line

Large-sized Anechoic Chamber