Radiated emissions of the power converter module of the polarimetric and helioseismic imager instrument on board of solar orbiter: A case study

@article{Kilders2016RadiatedEO,
  title={Radiated emissions of the power converter module of the polarimetric and helioseismic imager instrument on board of solar orbiter: A case study},
  author={E. Sanchis Kilders and Robert E. Meller and Angeles L{\'o}pez Jim{\'e}nez and Johann Hirzberger and Ph. Laget and J. L. Gasent Blesa and M. Herranz de la Revilla and D. Osorno Caudet and A. Ferreres Sabater and M. Balaguer Jimenez and J. Jordan Martinez and V. Esteve Gomez and E Maset Sancho and J. B. Ejea Marti},
  journal={2016 ESA Workshop on Aerospace EMC (Aerospace EMC)},
  year={2016},
  pages={1-6}
}
EMC requirements for scientific satellites are usually very stringent and much more demanding than terrestrial standards, mainly because ad-hoc scientific instruments developed for the mission require very quiet electromagnetic environments to perform their science. These requirements will assure the compatibility of all instruments on board and with the… CONTINUE READING