When it comes to passing the final EMI Compliance test for a new design, the sooner testing begins, the more likely you can address potential issues. The cost to address a problem exponentially rises as the project nears completion. So, designing with EMI in mind can help prevent the first-time EMI compliance test failure rate of 50 to 80%. Save both time and money by learning how to discover & address potential issues early in the design cycle in this webinar. Matthew Maxwell and James Lewis from Rohde & Schwarz discuss how to use instruments like a spectrum analyzer and an oscilloscope to help locate, diagnose, and fix EMI or EMC issues with a design. These proactive measurements can result in a more predictable product release schedule, enabling the success critical to today’s competitive market.