The Electromagnetic Environments Simulator (EMES) is a large transverse electromagnetic (TEM) cell that propagates a uniform, planar electromagnetic wave through the cell volume where test items are placed. EMES can be used for continuous wave (CW) Electromagnetic Radiation (EMR) and transient Electromagnetic Pulse (EMP) testing.
The Mode Stirred chamber is essentially a large microwave oven. It consists of a metal room that serves as a high-Q chamber and a metal paddle wheel to "stir" the chamber modes.
The Sandia Lightning Simulator (SLS) allows test objects to be subjected to simulated lightning currents up to severe levels.
We have field and laboratory capabilities to measure electrostatic environment generation, storage, and charge transfer effects.
- High Voltage Breakdown Testing
- Small TEM Cell
- Cable Test