Please use this identifier to cite or link to this item:
|EMC Challenges for ESA Scientific Missions
|Muñoz Hernández, Alfonso
Jiménez Lorenzo, María
Gala Escolar, José
López Sanz, Daniel
Arnau Trillol, Alejandro
Añón Cancela, M.
|Electric field;Radiated emission;EMC;Test verification
|Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers
|Proceedings of the International Symposium on Electromagnetic Compatibility- EU 2018
|The new scientific European Space Agency (ESA) missions are demanding new restrictions for Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) coming from the scientists. The observation of the deep space, our closer planets and stars requires the measurement of very low Electric and Magnetic fields that imposes important challenges of EMC compatibility for all the on-board equipment of the satellite. This paper presents these new requirements for emission (E-field and H-field) and magnetic fields for two of the last ESA mission; Solar Orbiter and Juice and compare them with the standards requirement coming from the ESA standards. These challenges will appear in two of the development phases: design phase and verification phases. These new requirements shall be taking into account in the design but also during the verification and testing. The measurements required for the verification of these requirements are also an important challenge. This paper shown the test challenge during the verification.
|Appears in Collections:
|(Espacio) Comunicaciones de Congresos
Items in DSpace are protected by copyright, with all rights reserved, unless otherwise indicated.