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Murata reinforces solutions for EMC issues in Taiwan

Taiwan Murata Electronics Co., Ltd. installed EMI noise measurement equipment in Taipei in June 2013 and has started analysis and solution support service for EMI noise.
Various EMC issues have arisen accompanying the recent growth of wireless technologies. These EMC issues can have effects such as reduced mobile phone and tablet PC sensitivity, mutual interference between AV equipment, and communications interference by onboard equipment, so standards are being established in various countries.

In order to clear these standards, all manufacturers of electronic equipment including mobile phones, home electronics and onboard equipment must perform design that does not emit noise and is also resistant to noise. However, as electronic equipment becomes more compact and communication speeds increase, these measures are becoming more complex with each passing day.

Murata set up the Design and Engineering Center at Murata (China) Investment Co., Ltd. in 2007 with an aim to provide quick technical services to customers in Chinese-speaking regions. We installed EMI noise measurement equipment in Shanghai and Shenzhen in 2008 that was specifically intended to provide EMC technical support. The company also set up an electromagnetic anechoic chamber building "Murata EMC-LAB" in Shanghai in 2010 and a shielded room in Beijing in 2012, and are providing support for EMC issues to set manufacturers based on technologies Murata have developed and acquired over the years.

Murata' s support for EMI issues is being used by many customers in Chinese-speaking regions. Consequently, the company have set up a shielded room and measuring equipment at Taiwan Murata Electronics Co., Ltd. for the purpose of reinforcing its support framework for customers in Taiwan, which is home to many design bases for Chinese-speaking regions.

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