An Introduction to Validation, Verification and Measurement Uncertainty in EMC

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All accredited testing and calibration laboratories operate in accordance with ISO17025 which has, as one of its central requirements, the need to “assure the quality of the result” by validating and verifying test equipment and test set-ups.

This workshop aims to show how this can be achieved in a practical and cost effective manner and how it can be used to increase the overall confidence in the measurements made.

ISO17025 also requires laboratories to produce uncertainty budgets for each accredited test. The workshop aims to dispel some of the myths of uncertainties and show, practically, how relevant uncertainty budgets can be calculated.

Key subjects covered

The course aims to provide delegates with an understanding of the validation, verification and measurement uncertainty requirements placed on EMC laboratories by ISO17025.

It should also enable delegates to implement validation and verification systems and enable delegates to develop measurement uncertainty budgets.

Who should attend

This workshop will be of particular interest to engineers working in accredited laboratories, working in a laboratory aspiring to be accredited or those simply wishing to reduce the risk of invalid measurements being produced.

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Last Updated: 2014-Feb-11