EMCTLA Meeting scheduled for next week!
10 May 2022
The EMC Test Laboratories Association – EMCTLA will be having their next meetings next week.
As usual the meetings are split into working groups:-
- Working Group -A (Military and Aerospace EMC)
Next meeting: Monday 16th May, 10:00 am start
- Working Group-C (Commercial EMC)
Next meeting: Tuesday 17th May, 09:30 start
Both meetings will be held in the Fred Winter Suite, 2nd Floor, Berkshire Stand, Newbury Racecourse,
Newbury, Berkshire, RG14 7NZ, UK. If travelling by car, please park in Car Park 2.
Refreshments will be provided from 08:30, then again mid-morning and mid-afternoon, and lunches at 12:30.
On both days, provided by the hosts: Cherry Clough Consultants Ltd.
EMCTLA Secretary: Michael Derby, email@example.com
Newbury Racecourse: Natalie Preston firstname.lastname@example.org, 01635 396 640
Cherry Clough Consultants Ltd: Keith Armstrong, email@example.com, mobile/text: 07785 726 643
The EMCTLA is a trade association whose members comprise EMC test labs, independent EMC consultants and other parties with an interest in EMC testing, such as EMC component or EMC equipment manufacturers.
The role of the EMCTLA is to keep its members up to date with developments in the EMC industry and to promote a commonality of approach to compliance with EMC standards.
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