predicts and prevents the #1 cause of
Avoid redesign, retest, delays, and cost overruns.
Be electromagnetically quiet and error-free in any environment.
Visualize electromagnetic effects so you can quickly and
confidently apply the right EMI controls.
testing costs and reduced redesign.
EMI Analyst™ Software
Practical Electromagnetic Interference Analysis
The EMI Analyst™ Suite
Available Bundled or Separately
Conducted emissions calculator for power lines and interconnecting cable bundles.
Conducted susceptibility solver for interference injected on electrical cables.
Radiated emissions computation engine for power and signal lines.
field-to-wire coupling analysis tool.
EMI Analyst™ suite includes:
Cable Connected Circuitry is the biggest cause of electromagnetic interference
Compared to printed circuit board traces, electrical cables are usually much longer and more efficient at radiating and picking up electromagnetic fields.
Even very small levels of radio frequency energy can cause interference.
Cable connected circuits are the root cause of most EMC laboratory test failures.
EMI Analyst™ gives engineers tools to calculate both emissions and susceptibility. Protect and control interference by optimizing circuit design, filtering, and shielding.
Quick to Learn and Use
EMI Analyst™ is intuitive frequency domain analysis software that efficiently and cost-effectively predicts emissions and susceptibility. We’ve done the hard work for you by bridging the gap between circuit design and electromagnetics.
EMI Analyst™ models electronic systems using physical and electrical parameters readily available to circuit designers.
EMI Analyst™ Software Provides Exceptional Value
Based on solid engineering principles, EMI Analyst™ leverages transmission line theory, 3-d field solvers, network theory, parasitic elements, linear algebra, proprietary models, and hundreds of formulas developed by the greatest minds in electrical engineering, physics, and computational mathematics.
EMI Analyst™ integrates advanced simulation tools that allow you to quickly and accurately simulate your cabling and cable-connected circuits. Why cables? Cable-related interference is the biggest cause of EMI test failures and real-world interference problems.
What Our Clients Say
EMI Analyst is an extremely powerful tool for evaluating EMI characteristics of designs. This intuitive software program allows engineers to accurately predict electromagnetic emission and susceptibility levels for circuits and cabling. I’ve been working in the field of EMI & Lightning Protection Design and Testing for Commercial and Military applications for the past 30 years and find EMI Analyst as an indispensable tool.
I have used EMI Analyst successfully to evaluate designs required to meet MIL-STD-461, MIL-STD-464 and DO-160. If you’re looking for EMI analysis software which is easy to use, competitively priced, and provides predictions which correlate to test lab data; I highly recommend EMI Analyst.Albert Smith Principal of Integrated Design Solutions
We use EMI Analyst™ on every project. It does a great job of helping us identify potential EMI problems early on. "In the past we would have to wait for EMI testing to find problems. We failed a lot of tests and spent a lot of time and money on redesign and retest.
EMI Analyst™ has paid for itself many times over. Compared to $1800 a day for testing, EMI Analyst™ is a bargain.
EMI Analyst™ is the long awaited answer to the working electromagnetic compatibility engineer's desire for a comprehensive software package to address the four fundamental areas of EMC: conducted emissions, radiated emissions, conducted susceptibility, and radiated susceptibility. EMI Analyst™ allows the engineer to model the relevant equipment or system parameters (including intentional source and load L, R, and C values, parasitic reactances, non-ideal components, and system cabling). The user can set his own test limits, or can input standard limits from published EMC specifications.
Each of the four sub-packages in EMI Analyst™ (CE Analyst™, RE Analyst™, CS Analyst™, and RS Analyst™) is laid out in a rational fashion, subdivided into input and analysis blocks entitled, Frequency, Limit, Source, Filter, Conductor, Shield Transfer (Impedance), Shield Termination, and Load. Depending upon which of the four sub-packages of the EMI Analyst™ software is being used for a giv...William Parker PE, NCE