Electromagnetic compatibility

Components without mutual interference.

The term EMC (electromagnetic compatibility) refers to the peaceful coexistence of all types of transmitters and receivers of electromagnetic energy: transmitters should only reach the desired receivers, while receivers should only respond to signals from the specified transmitters. Electromagnetic compatibility is becoming steadily more important due to the growth in the number of functions and their increasing electrical connection in modern cars.


  • Rapidly growing number of control units, resulting in less available installation space
  • Increasing complexity of the on-board power supplies
  • Different voltage levels
  • Increasing power density
  • Increase in the number of connected subsystems employing multiple bus technologies
  • Increasing number of external interference sources, for example cellular telephones, Car2X communication, etc.

Our range of services:

  • Component and vehicle development in terms of EMC
  • Definition of EMC requirements taking into consideration existing standards
  • Coordination of design concepts and definition of test scenarios based on these concepts
  • Evaluation of qualification reports from suppliers at component level
  • Development of interference suppression measures
  • Execution and evaluation of EMC measurements at vehicle level


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