We provide EMC peace of mind, from concept to end-of-life, and every stage in between, with services tailored to your needs.


Our EMC engineering services deliver robust, compliant designs, ready for market, with your schedule and budget intact.


  • Expert EMC and hardware engineering design, design review & complex mitigation, grounded in compliance

  • EMC compliance testing for wireless and electronic commercial, industrial, scientific, medical, IT & military products

  • Minimized testing timeframes and enhanced data collection and reporting through automated measurements

  • Test reports delivered quickly after testing


U.S., Canadian and European accredited standards testing and certification

services for the 3 kHz to 300 GHz radio frequency spectrum used for wireless

communications in commercial, industrial, scientific, and medical applications.


  • EMC compliance testing for certification or self-declaration as appropriate

  • Testing requirements determined by product characteristics, application, environment for use, intended markets

  • FCC testing for intentional/unintentional radiators, unlicensed/licensed devices per FCC CFR 47, Part 2, ANSI C63.4, C63.10, C63.26, etc.

  • ISED Canada testing for license-exempt/licensed devices per Radio Specification Standards and Interference-Causing Equipment Standards

  • EU testing per Radio Equipment Directive (2014/53/EU), aka the RED, or EMC Directive 2014/30/EU, as applicable

  • EMC engineers well-versed in regulations, standards and procedures



Military and Aerospace Equipment EMC testing with comprehensive test plan development to the following standards:

  • MIL-STD-461C/D/E/F/G, Requirements for the Control of Electromagnetic Interference Characteristics of Subsystems and Equipment

  • MIL-STD-704A/B/C/D/E/F, Department of Defense Interface Standard: Aircraft Electric Power Characteristics

  • RTCA DO-160D/E/F/G, Environmental Conditions and Test Procedures for Airborne Equipment

  • EUROCAE/ED-14D, Environmental Conditions and Test Procedures for Airborne Equipment

  • Def-Stan 59-41, Electromagnetic Compatibility Part 1 Introduction and Guide to the Specification and Selection of EMC Requirements



PCB reviews provide a critical EMC analysis of the bedrock of your design, while EMC design reviews offer a comprehensive evaluation of your product design, inside and out.


We identify the source, receptor, coupling path, and coupling method of EMI/EMC issues, and recommend and implement solutions consistent with your goals, timeline, budget, and production considerations.


Design reviews before and during the development cycle will:


  • Expose and resolve issues to produce a compliant design ahead of schedule

  • Decrease time-to-market and eliminate costly delays of unexpected mitigation

  • Optimize design performance and integrity to strengthen immunity to disruptive interference


For populated and/or assembled PCB’s, we locate and troubleshoot conducted and radiated emissions and immunity issues, and recommend interim and permanent fixes to meet regulatory requirements.

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Our international approval services offer the best strategy to broaden your sales opportunities to over 100 countries and territories across 6 continents.


Let us navigate the challenging international approval landscape critical to your product’s journey to new customers.


Maintain focus on your core business while we leverage our international expertise and established global partnerships to reduce the time and expense required to obtain the necessary product approvals to launch your products worldwide.


We will:


  • Assess your product(s) and research relevant regulatory and industry standards for each target country

  • Identify minimum subset of emission, immunity and product safety tests required to meet your goals

  • Define and implement a global strategy with target dates for project milestones and final approval



RF EMI shielding effectiveness, penetration, transparency, and scattering testing from DC to 220 GHz on a variety of sample types, materials, and sizes, per shielding effectiveness standards including but not limited to:

  • IEEE 299.1-2013 – IEEE Standard Method for Measuring the Shielding Effectiveness of Enclosures and Boxes Having all Dimensions between 0.1 m and 2 m

  • IEC 96-1 / EN 50289-1-6 – Communication cables - Specification for test methods Part 1-6: Electrical test methods Electromagnetic performance

  • MIL-DTL-83528C / MIL-G-83528B:  General Specification for Gasketing Material, Conducting Shielding Gasket Electronic, Elastomer, EMI / RFI

  • MIL-STD-1344A:  Test Methods for Electrical Connectors

  • IEC 61000-4-21 – Testing and measurement techniques – Reverberation chamber methods

  • MIL-STD-285:  Attenuation Measurements for Enclosures, Electromagnetic Shielding, For Electronic Test Purposes

  • NSA 65-6 – National Security Agency Specification for Shielded Enclosures



RCS technology within our indoor RCS measurement facility for preliminary and advanced/final RCS or High Range Resolution (HRR) measurements characterizes an object based on the behavior and reaction of radio waves to it. We:

  • Perform intricately detailed RCS and HRR profiles over all IEEE RF bands from 1-40 GHz (L, S, C, X, Ku, K, Ka)

  • Conduct full-scale data collection and analysis to determine the scattering properties of your models  

  • Create complex pulsed signals for modulation such as chirp FM, BPSK, barker sequences or custom digital modulation on continuous or pulse trains with variable pulse parameters settings

  • Produce antenna gain measurements, E-and H-plane amplitude and phase patterns

  • Generate one and two-way ISAR antenna images using RCS software application