Radiated emission measurement and analysis software which eliminates oversight of noise during measurements
This is the world’s first software with an entirely new concept that enables reliable automatic measurements of radiated emission without overlooking any noise by using the Accelerated Time Domain Scan capabilities of EMI receiver. The EMI receiver, path switcher, antenna mast, turntable, and other components that make up a radiated emission measuring system are controlled to automatically measure and analyze electromagnetic noise from home electrical appliances, medical devices, and other electronic devices.
Technologies to support highly reliable measurements without overlooking any noise
・No noise is overlooked due to gapless measurements that constantly monitor the spectrum within the FFT bandwidth.
・The 30-1,000 MHz band can be measured in only three ranges.
・By accurately capturing the characteristics of broadband noise, EPX/RE accurately narrows down the frequency points to be measured from within a wide bandwidth.
・Because the FFT bandwidth of 350 MHz is maintained even for QP detector measurements, the short measurement time remains unchanged.
・Pre-scanning analyzes the temporal behavior of noise, and automatically calculates the Dwell Time to match the noise periodicity.
・Stable noise can be measured quickly, and intermittent noise can be measured with sufficient monitoring time, in order to enable accurate final measurements.
・Even if the entire FFT bandwidth is covered by impulse noise in measurement with a PK detector / Maxhold, the influence can be removed using filtering.
・Since all the measured data from the EMI receiver are acquired, it is possible to analyze temporal changes in the noise level at each frequency point.
・This is very effective for identification of noise sources and taking countermeasures, because the interval and frequency of the noise can be visualized.
Synergy with Keysight Technologies’ latest EMI-receiver N9048B PXE EPX/RE functionality is maximized by combining it with N9048B PXE, an EMI-receiver with a Accelerated Time Domain Scan function with a 350 MHz FFT bandwidth.
Spectrum measurement Measurements using the MaxHold trace of a spectrum analyzer.
Acquire real-time data using the Clear/Write trace of a spectrum analyzer.
Calculate Average values from the Clear/Write traces of a spectrum analyzer.
Additional measurement for a specific frequency range.
Receiver scan measurement.
Measurements using time domain scans.
Using the Clear/Write trace of a time domain scan to acquire real-time data.
Using Real Time Scan to acquire gapless data.
Radiated measurements Table scan measurement
Mast scan measurement
Height and azimuth pattern smoothing display
Suspected noise list Pick up suspected noise frequencies in ascending order of margin from the limit value.
Maximum number of pickups specified.
Minimum number of pickups specified.
The number of pickups specified for each frequency range.
Determination of compliance with repetition frequency based on differences in QP-PK levels.
Final evaluation Fine-tune the frequency using a spectrum analyzer.
Fine-tune the frequency using time domain scans.
Perform final measurements using a receiver.
Perform final measurement using a spectrum analyzer.
Simultaneous measurements with multiple detectors using a receiver.
Perform final measurements using time domain scans.
Real-time display of levels during final measurements.
Printing and reporting Print function
Printing a combination of graphs and lists.
Print a graph, 1/2 graph, 1/4 graph.
Excel/Word report outputs.
Output of measured spectra data as numerical values (Excel format).
Data analysis Time domain graph
Difference spectrum graph
Others Manual operation window for devices such as a spectrum analyzer and a receiver.
System input protection.
Frequency units (GHz/MHz/kHz/Hz).
Level units (dB(uV), dB(uA), dB(pT)).
Instrument connection check.
Path factor measurement.
Path factor check.
Number of paths: 10.
Number of factor files that can be set for one path: 100.
Password protection function.
Sub-screen display for comments.
Loading and saving measurement results.
Loading and saving measurement conditions.
Loading and saving templates (measurement environments).
Changing the window style.
Instruments control VISA (LAN, USB, GPIB, RS 232 C) Supported.
Factor transfer to the measurement instrument.
Minimum System Requirements
Processor: 1.5+ GHz (Core i7 Recommended) Memory: 8+ GB (16GB Recommended) Disk space: 500+ GB SSD for system disk.
Extra 2+ TB HDD for data disk recommended.
Display: 1280 x 1024+ resolution Device control driver: National Instruments VISA OS: Windows 10 (64 bit) Japanese or English Others: When using the “Excel/Word report” function, one of the following must be installed:
Microsoft Office 2019/2016/365※If all Clear/Write spectra are saved, the size of test data can be several hundred MB. Please prepare as much disk space as possible.