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Electromagnetic Environmental Effects (E3) Product Evaluation

The Centre offers world class test facility for product evaluation for Electromagnetic Environmental Effects (E3) as per various National / International Standards. Equipped with state-of-the-art measuring and test equipment, facilities are organized into the following facilities: Conducted Susceptibility (CS), Conducted Emission (CE), Radiated Emission (RE) and Radiated Susceptibility (RS). All our test facilities are regularly calibrated, traceable to primary standards to ensure the correct test result. The product evaluation is carried by experienced engineers.

Electromagnetic Environmental Effects (E3) Design Consultancy Services

Electromagnetic Environmental Effects (E3) control requirements have been a major hurdle in the product development for many industries. The lack of proper understanding and knowledge about the E3 complicates the problem. Also less importance is given to the E3 aspects during the development stage of the product. At the center we extend our service to the customers to achieve electromagnetic compatibility for their products. Our Engineers who have vast knowledge and long years of experience in the field helps to detect and solve the E3 related problems. Also you can exploit the use of state-of-the-art test facilities and debugging tools available at the center.

Although the industry awareness of Electromagnetic Environmental Effects Specifically electromagnetic interference and compatibility (EMI/EMC) issues has been increasing in the recent years, many designers still wait until the late stages of the product development process to test their designs for EMC. The product is mostly tested during the certification stage. Till the time the designers mainly concentrate on functionality aspects of the product, ignoring the EMI/EMC aspects. At this stage, when the product release is nearby, unfortunately, problems uncovered at that point are often difficult and expensive to fix. A much better approach is to consider EMC right from the start, by incorporating protection against EMI into a new product early in the design process. The earlier a designer addresses these issues, the more options are available and the less it costs to modify the design. For example, careful circuit board design can minimize the emissions and even can eliminate the need for shielding in embedded control designs. This is where SAMEER-CE3 offers its help to the industry. We associate with the design engineers in every stage of the product design to ensure that the problems due to the EMI/EMC are kept at the minimum. With the experience gathered over the years and test and debugging tools, the EMI/EMC requirements for the product can be met easily.

SAMEER-CE3 also helps to fix the EMI/EMC problems on the final product. The products that have failed to qualify for the EMI/EMC requirements can avail the SAMEER-CE3 expertise to solve the problem in a time bound manner. It is required to have the previous test results for availing the service.

The charges for the design services depend on the failure levels, the compliance standard, and the product, and Charge is decided by the service review committee after having a meeting with the client.

For availing the design consultancy services Programme Director may be contacted at pdvizag.sameer@nic.in


Customers can avail all tests as per MIL STD 461, Mil STD 464, and Mil STD 188-125-1&2, Ultra Wide Band Test Facility for their electrical/electronic products, subsystems, and systems.

MIL-STD 461 &464 Testing

The centre has established an excellent MIL Standard test facility confirming to the requirements of the tests as per 461E/F and 464. The center has got exclusive test instrumentation comprising of various generators, loop antenna, power amplifiers, current probe, and injection probe to perform the tests. The test facilities is been extensively utilized by the industry serving the defense sector.

MIL 461E/F

  • CE101 Conducted Emissions, Power Leads, 30 Hz to 10 kHz
  • CE102 Conducted Emissions, Power Leads, 10 kHz to 10 MHz
  • CE106 Conducted Emissions, Antenna Terminal, 10 kHz to 40 GHz
  • CS101 Conducted Susceptibility, Power Leads, 30 Hz to 150 kHz
  • CS103 Conducted Susceptibility, Antenna Port, Intermodulation, 15 kHz to 10 GHz
  • CS104 Conducted Susceptibility, Antenna Port, Rejection of Undesired Signals, 30 Hz to 20 GHz
  • CS105 Conducted Susceptibility, Antenna Port, Cross-Modulation, 30 Hz to 20 GHz
  • CS109 Conducted Susceptibility, Structure Current, 60 Hz to 100 kHz
  • CS114 Conducted Susceptibility, Bulk Cable Injection, 10 kHz to 200 MHz
  • CS115 Conducted Susceptibility, Bulk Cable Injection, Impulse Excitation
  • CS116 Conducted Susceptibility, Damped Sinusoidal Transients, Cables and Power Leads, 10 kHz to 100 MHz
  • RE101 Radiated Emissions, Magnetic Field, 30 Hz to 100 kHz
  • RE102 Radiated Emissions, Electric Field, 10 kHz to 18 GHz
  • RE103 Radiated Emissions, Antenna Spurious and Harmonic Outputs, 10 kHz to 40 GHz
  • RS101 Radiated Susceptibility, Magnetic Field, 30 Hz to 100 kHz
  • RS103 Radiated Susceptibility, Electric Field, 2 MHz to 40 GHz
  • RS105 Radiated Susceptibility, Transient Electromagnetic Field

MIL-STD 188-125-1&2 Testing




This standard establishes minimum requirements and design objectives for high-altitude electromagnetic pulse (HEMP) hardening of fixed and transportable ground-based facilities/ systems that perform critical, time-urgent command, control, communications, computer, and intelligence (C4I) missions. Survivable C4I capabilities are essential to a credible military deterrent.

As per the standard, SAMEER also providing following testing requirements for verifying the installed protection measures provide the operationally required HEMP hardness for the complete system.


The shielding effectiveness of the electromagnetic barriers required for low-risk high-altitude electromagnetic pulse (HEMP) protection of Fixed/Transportable ground-based systems with critical, time-urgent missions.

Test shall be used for shielding effectiveness acceptance testing of the subsystem shields and aperture point-of-entry (POE) protective treatments.

Minimum HEMP shielding Effectiveness requirements:


PCI test for electrical point-of-entry (POE) protective devices required for low-risk high-altitude electromagnetic pulse (HEMP) protection of ground-based facilities/Systems with critical, time-urgent missions.

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Ultra Wide Band test facility

To assess the immunity of electronic equipment against high intensity very fast electromagnetic pulses.

The HV generator delivers high voltage pulses to a half parabolic Impulse Radiating Antenna (HIRA) which irradiates the equipment under test. A derivative field sensor can be used to measure the radiated E-field pulses.

Typical UWB pulse Shape:

Mobile MIL-STD 461&464 test facility to carry insite measurements at customer site.

Systems and installations by their very nature tend to be large and only become functioning entities when constructed on their operational site, so testing a system or an installation at a test laboratory is often completely impractical.

It has to be said that the main cause of EMC problems in most systems and installations are the relatively very small electronics modules or cabinets containing them, plus their interconnecting cables, and that these usually are capable of being tested on dedicated EMC test sites.

SAMEER also have dedicated test instrumentation to carry out the insitu measurements of large systems.

EM Modeling and Analysis Lab

EMI/EMC Modeling and Analysis Lab with expert Engineers address the failure aspects of the product during the testing and product design phase itself by modeling the same in 3D EM software tools. The EMI/EMC modeling and Computational Lab will consists of various 3D EM tools with advanced simulation methods and hardware equipments to solve the all the EMI/EMC problems of both civilian and defense products.

The following EMC analysis areas can be implemented in EMI/EMC Modeling and Analysis Lab:

  • Radiation patterns and antenna factors
  • Near-fields for Radiation Hazard Analysis
  • Electrically large problems
  • Shielding
  • Cable Harness Analysis (Radiation and Irradiation)
  • Broad-Band Application

Modeling a TEM cell measurement chamber with an aircraft inside:

OATS measurement facility

Open Area Test Site (OATS) meets the ANSI 63.4 normalized site attenuation requirements and the site data is on file with the FCC.

Open area test site, which can fit large trucks and systems. It is fully accommodated with the latest (mobile) measurement equipment and installations for supporting Defense systems. Conducted and radiated EMC measurements can be performed covering the frequency range up to 40 GHz. Susceptibility testing can be performed up to 40 GHz with field strengths of 200 V/m, especially for military standards.

Antenna measurements will also be carried out at OATS measurement facility.