Missouri University of Science and Technology Electromagnetic Compatibility Consortium

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The Missouri S&T EMC (Electromagnetic Compatibility) Consortium is a broad partnership of digital electronics companies committed to funding electromagnetic compatibility research.

Research Areas[edit]

Research is conducted in areas such as

Consortium Members[edit]

In addition to private and public companies, other universities and research laboratories may become members as well.

Members share the benefits of all research done by the consortium, and also gain from the reduced cost of pooling research efforts. Companies as well as students also have an advantage from close collaboration that allows consortium members to identify desirable students for future employment.

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