Protocol EMC Tour

Association of Professional Engineers and Geoscientists Announcement You are invited to join Protocol EMC’s Director, Rob Stirling, P.Eng. for a tour of Protocol EMC on October 1, 2013. During your informative visit, Rob will clarify EMC and safety best practices and regulatory requirements for North America and the European Union, […]

Lunch & Learn for the Wireless Community

When: November 14 from 11:30 to 1:30 pm
Where: Wavefront
1400 – 1055 W Hastings St
Vancouver, BC V6E 2E9, Canada

Join Rob Stirling, P.Eng., CEO of Protocol-EMC for a two-hour seminar that covers Rob’s top tips for project planning, product design and testing for electromagnetic compatibility of wireless products. For anyone involved in product development for the North American or European market, this seminar is a must.

Lunch & Learn Sessions

This fall, Protocol-EMC is hosting a series of free Lunch & Learn sessions that will pop the hood on reliability engineering, regulatory requirements in various markets, and the challenges of EMC testing for global markets. Stirling, who teaches EMC to graduate electronic engineering students at UBC, points out that EMC […]

PROTOCOL-EMC Expands to New Westminster

Abbotsford’s Protocol-EMC, a leading provider of EMC testing services for electronics manufacturers, has expanded to the Braid Street area of New Westminster. “Adding a new testing facility in New Westminster allows us to better support our customers in the Lower Mainland region,” said Rob Stirling, Protocol-EMC’s president. Protocol-EMC has been […]

Rob on CBC’s The National

  Protocol EMC’s Rob Stirling was the Engineer behind the research in this video about smart meters. B.C. smart meters are becoming a very unpopular government initiative and some B.C. residents are voicing their concerns.         [flv width=”500″ height=”278″]http://www.protocol-emc.com/media/cbc.flv[/flv] Video courtesy of the CBC   Tell us […]

Are Smart Meters Unsafe?

We live in radio-saturated environment; even the electrical products we use generate some radio interference. In Canada, the airwaves are governed by various statutes and regulations: Unintentional radiators such as PCs, household appliances and electronics have to meet Industry Canada interference limits to legally be put on the market, simply […]

EPTECH ELECTRONICS SHOW, Vancouver, June 2, 2010

You are invited to join Protocol’s Director, Robert Stirling, P.Eng, for free Electromagnetic Compatibility and Safety Engineering professional development seminars at the upcoming EPTECH ELECTRONICS SHOW in Vancouver, on June 2, 2010. To register, please fill in the attached form and fax it to us at 604-556-0091 before May 26, […]

EPTECH Show Vancouver, June 2, 2010

You are invited to join Protocol’s Director, Robert Stirling, P.Eng, for free Electromagnetic Compatibility and Safety Engineering professional development seminars at the upcoming EPTECH ELECTRONICS SHOW in Vancouver, on June 2, 2010. To register, please fill in the attached form and fax it to us at 604-556-0091 before May 26, 2010. […]

Practical Considerations in Upgrading RF Immunity Test Systems to 6 GHz

By: Pat Moore  With the recent release of IEC61000-4-3 Edition 3, many EMC test houses are actively researching the availability of equipment capable of meeting the testing demands presented by the new 6-GHz upper frequency limit. The conventional solution offered by EMC equipment suppliers has several major disadvantages, particularly as […]

CISPR 11 Amd.1 Ed. 5.0

Pre-release of the official standard: Amendment 1 – Selection criteria for the minimum separation distance between EUT and measurement antenna (Proposal to replace the “Class” criterion currently used in CISPR 11 by a “size-of-equipment” criterion) The voting period will be held through Feb. 12, with a projected publication date of […]