EMC Committee

Spectrum AnalyzerThe prevention of interference between radio and electronic equipment has become a major issue—this comes under the general name of electromagnetic compatibility (EMC)

What we do

The EMC Committee (EMCC) has four main functions

  • To give advice to members who have EMC problems
  • To lobby regulators and guide standards to protect the spectrum
  • To investigate emerging EMC threats
  • To update members on these and other EMC matters

House and signal tracesTo achieve these aims the committee maintains contacts with industry, service providers and Ofcom and is an active member of the RSGB Spectrum Forum.

If you want help with diagnosis of an interference problem the EMC technical section is your first port of call. If you want to talk to someone about your problem contact an advisor

However, If you need help with technical topics or applicable standards the committee are the best people to contact.

The EMC committee publishes a bi-monthly two page article in RadCom on EMC-related topics and experimental work.

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