Electromagnetic effects related research flourishes at the DSO-NTU Joint Laboratory. Equipped with state-of-the-art facilities for electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) measurements, researchers have undertaken projects to support scientific progress in novel design methodologies to ensure electronics systems meet the civilians as well as military EMC requirements.
Major Highlights from the lab include a Semi-anechoic Chamber and a reverberation Chamber to house large systems for performing radiated immunity, radiated emission and shielding effectiveness tests.
The Gigahertz Transverse Electromagnetic (GTEM) Cell supports emission and susceptibility tests on smaller portable electronics systems. Furthermore, the lab also equipped with Printed Circuit Board (PCB) scanner to detect sources of strong emissions for EMC design purpose.
The lab is also equipped with a Shielding Effectiveness Measurement System to measure the shielding effectiveness of a material.
Over the years, research in the lab has yielded a diverse pool of patented works and research publications.