Conducted Disturbance RF Test:

The test for conducted disturbances induced by radio-frequency (RF) fields assesses the susceptibility of electronic equipment to disturbances caused by RF signals traveling through conductive paths, such as cables or wiring. This test, often referenced in EMC (Electromagnetic Compatibility) testing standards like the IEC 61000-4-6, evaluates the equipment’s ability to function properly in the presence of RF-induced disturbances.

  • The purpose of this test is to ensure that electronic equipment can operate effectively even when exposed to RF disturbances traveling through conductive paths, like cables. Successful compliance demonstrates that the equipment meets EMC standards, confirming its ability to function reliably in environments where RF interference could be present, thereby ensuring product reliability and compliance with regulatory requirements.
  • Conducted Disturbance RF testing is performed to verify the electrical and electronic equipment’s ability to withstand noise in the frequency spectrum that may enter from the public mains through the power supply and signal ports.
  • The guidelines for testing equipment to make sure it can withstand and function properly in the presence of conducted disturbances brought on by electromagnetic fields with frequencies between 150 kHz and 80 MHz are outlined in the CRF Test IEC 61000-4-6.a


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