What Else Can EMI Analyst™ Do?

More Than You Might Think!

By now you know, EMI Analyst™ is ideal for performing electromagnetic interference analysis.

conducted emissions
radiated emissions
conducted susceptibility
radiated susceptibility

Electromagnetic Interference (EMI) Analyst Suite

However, are you aware of its many other capabilities?

EMI Analyst™ Has Dozens of Exposed Features and Functions

Electromagnetic interference analysis requires numerous models and calculation methods. For example, a conducted emissions analysis consists of waveform spectral analysis, circuit simulation, and transmission line modeling.

EMI Analyst™ exposes many internal results from the dozens of features and functions executed for each analysis, which provides insight into how your circuitry and packaging behaves under a wide range of electromagnetic conditions.

The list below captures just a few of the things you can do with EMI Analyst™, besides, of course, designing electromagnetically robust circuits, equipment, and systems.

Calculate interference for

– Input and output power converters
– Digital data buses such as RS-485, Ethernet, CAN bus, and USB
– Control Inputs/Outputs
– Status Inputs/Outputs
– Analog instrumentation

Design trade-offs

– Waveform shaping
– Common mode parasitics
– EMI filter topology and component values
– Cable shielding and terminations

Incremental analysis

– Field-to-wire coupling
– Wire-to-field radiation
– Filter insertion loss
– Cable input impedance
– Circuit impedance
– Waveform spectrums

EMI filter design

– Insertion loss
– Parasitic elements
– Topology
– Component effects
– Resonances

Start to finish EMI analysis

– Conducted emissions
– Radiated emissions
– Conducted susceptibility/immunity)
– Radiated susceptibility/immunity)
Compare directly to limits

Shield design

– Shielding effectiveness
– Transfer impedance and admittance
– Braid optical coverage, weave, gauge, material
– Metalized tape shields
– Termination method, materials, and dimensions
– Termination impedance

Cabling variables

– Height above ground
– Cable length
– Twisting
– Shield design and termination


– Qualification by Similarity analysis
– Input Impedance
– Control common mode conducted emissions
– Control radiation caused by common mode noise
– Effect of signal integrity on radiated emissions

Explore EMI Analyst™ and Unlock Your Potential

The best way to learn what EMI Analyst™ can do for you is to take it for a test drive. Contact EMI Software sales today to arrange for a free evaluation of EMI Analyst™, and get started.

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