Electromagnetic Compatibility Laboratory
Research and development of electromagnetic
compatibility technology and calibration of
wireless equipment devices
In the Electromagnetic Compatibility Laboratory, we investigate various methods of 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, in the laboratory, we accurately evaluate the electromagnetic energy absorbed by the tissues of a human body to investigate the safety of exposure to radio waves, which is one of the problems in the electromagnetic environment.
On basis of research findings, we contribute to national and international standards, regulations, and guidelines related to the measurement and evaluation of radio waves, which are necessary for certifications of radio equipment.
Director: WATANABE Soichi
Measurement of electromagnetic noise radiated from LED bulbs and AC power lines
Large-sized Anechoic Chamber
Pick up researcher
Calibration Service (in Japanese)
The calibration service for certifications of radio equipment is explained in these links.
Information on the provision of whole-body voxel human models
Computational human models developed for evaluating the safety of radio waves to the human body are available to the public.