November 1, 2023 @ 6:00 pm – 7:30 pm America/New York Timezone
TÜV Rheinland North America, Technology and Innovation Center
400 Beaver Brook Road

Electromagnetic Compatibility Chapter

The IEEE EMC Boston Chapter is pleased to announce a November 1st meeting / technical presentation:

EMI Testing on Space Systems – Jens Medler, Rohde & Schwarz

Hosted at:  TÜV Rheinland North America, Technology, and Innovation Center

Sponsored by Rohde & Schwarz

The technical presentation will commence at 7:00PM following a social hour at 6:00 PM.

Food and refreshments are provided.


6:00 PM:  Registration/check-in, complimentary food and refreshments

6:45 PM   Welcome from TÜV Rheinland North America and IEEE EMC Boston Chapter

7:00 PM   Presentation by Jens Medler, Rohde & Schwarz

8:00 PM   Optional tour of the new (almost finished) TUV facility

Location:  TÜV Rheinland North America, Technology and Innovation Center, 400 Beaver Brook Road, Boxborough, Massachusetts

Parking:  Complimentary parking is available

Register:   Click here to register online

Please register no later than Tuesday, October 31st in order to ensure adequate seating & catering.

Thank you to our meeting sponsor!

EMI Testing on Space Systems By Jens Medler, Product Manager with focus on Standardization and Application Support for EMC Test Equipment., Rohde & Schwarz

The use of FFT-based measuring receivers is motivated by reducing the scan time by several orders of magnitude without degradation of accuracy and to get more insight due to the possibility of applying longer measurement times. Comparison measurements on a nanosatellite were performed using conventional EMI receiver and FFT-based time-domain scanning technique.

About the Speaker

Jens Medler joined Rohde & Schwarz, Munich, Germany, a company specializing in test equipment and radio equipment in 1996. He is responsible for the standardization and application support of EMI test receivers and accessories for both hardware and software and is active member of various CISPR Subcommittees since 1999. He also holds a senior membership in the IEEE EMC Society and is acting vice chair of the societies Standards Development and Education Committee.

This includes CIS/A on EMC measurement instrumentation and methods, CIS/D on equipment on vehicles and internal combustion engine powered devices and CIS/I on information technology equipment, multimedia equipment and receivers. Since October 2017 he is acting as convenor of CIS/A WG2; the CISPR Working Group on EMC measurement methods, statistical techniques and uncertainty. He is recipient of the IEC 1906 Award.