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The Testing Lifecycle of Electronics at NIWC Atlantic
230608-N-GB257-1001 N. Charleston, SC (June 8, 2023) Frederick Duffy (left) and Zach Wallert (right), electrical engineers, conduct testing in an anechoic chamber, which is a shielded enclosure used to test electronic equipment for electromagnetic interference/electromagnetic compatibility (EMI/EMC) compliance. The EMI/EMC lab at Naval Information Warfare Center (NIWC) Atlantic uses an anechoic chamber for most of their testing as it provides a highly controlled environment for testing electronic equipment for EMI/EMC compliance, ensuring that every piece of electronic equipment installed on a U.S. Navy surface ship is compatible with the existing electronics onboard and does not interfere with their operation. (U.S. Navy photo by Joe Bullinger/Released

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