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EMA to Support AS2 Supersonic Jet

Aerion Supersonic Selects Electro Magnetic Applications to Support the New AS2 Supersonic Business Jet Lakewood, CO, August 13, 2020 – Supersonic aircraft company, Aerion, the leader in supersonic technology has selected Electro Magnetic Applications, Inc. (EMA) to support the design of the company’s new AS2 supersonic private jet. “Aviation thrives off new innovations,” said EMA’s […]

EMA Constructing First Commercial Space Radiation Effects Test Facility of Its Kind

EMA is creating the first commercial space radiation effects test facility of its kind. This revolutionary testing chamber will be able to simulate the electromagnetic effects associated with space travel without the need for costly space missions. Watch the video below to learn more! Complete the form below to receive the whitepaper “On Demand Terrestrial […]

Ansys EMA3D Cable Design-to-Validation Workflow Webinar

Abstract: Ansys EMA3D Cable is a robust, platform-level electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) cable modeling solution for overcoming EMC design issues in aircraft and automobiles. When used early in the design stage, EMA3D Cable can increase the fidelity of an engineer’s product performance predictions, reduce development costs and the need for physical prototyping and leverage test results […]

Cutting Down On the Cost of Space Travel

Finding Cost-Efficiencies in Space Travel Space has been and continues to be a hotbed for investment by government, private, and commercial entities. The history of GPS technology provides a roadmap for how technologies realized at a global scale in space can become transformative. The capability to broadly distribute data across large distances, specifically through the […]

Installed Antenna Performance & RFI Webinar

Abstract: Radio Frequency (RF) systems represent one of the most critical technology areas today. Without RF systems, all types of vehicles cannot navigate, communication cannot occur, advanced weapons cannot hit their targets, and the world as we know it would grind to a halt. Given the extreme importance of RF systems, they must perform as […]

EMA and Ansys Press Release

Electro Magnetic Applications and Ansys Collaborate to Deliver Design-to-Validation Workflow for Cable Harnesses Cutting-edge simulation solution accelerates certification and system-design evaluation for cable harness models across numerous industries PITTSBURGH, June 11, 2020 – Electro Magnetic Applications, Inc. (EMA) and Ansys (NASDAQ: ANSS) are collaborating to deliver an enhanced design-to-validation workflow for certifying cable harness models […]

Inductive Interference and Rail Systems

Using Simulation to Ensure the Safety and Performance of Rail Systems Railroad and power companies/distribution networks commonly share rights of way and corridors. This places railroads and rail systems in close vicinity to the electromagnetic fields produced by the currents being carried in the power and transmission lines. In cases of new or rebuilt transmission […]

EMC Qualification Analysis of Electronic Units Webinar

Analysis to Predict Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) Compliance of Units and Devices for Suppliers Tier-1 suppliers of electronics units for aircraft, automobiles, or other platforms must meet electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) requirements. Platform integrators establish EMC requirements in order to ensure overall system compatibility. Almost always, the method of compliance to the requirements is an EMC test […]

Computational Electromagnetics

The Advantages of Using Computational Electromagnetics Computational Electromagnetics (CEM) tools allow for highly complex scenarios (lightning effects, high-intensity radiated fields, cable cross talk, etc.) to be evaluated with a high degree of accuracy. EMA has worked on solving these types of problems for well over 40 years. Common questions EMA encounters are with regards to […]

The Intelsat 29e Satellite Failure

Can satellite failures due to space radiation effects be prevented in the future? In early April 2019, the Intelsat 29e Satellite developed a fuel leak and failed soon after. Intelsat says that a micrometeoroid impact or an electrostatic discharge, coupled with a “harness flaw” are the most likely reasons for this mission ending failure. The […]

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