How will MIL-DTL-901E affect your shock qualification?

July 14, 2017

For the past 30 years, MIL-S-901D has defined requirements for shock qualification of items installed on U.S. Navy Combatants. For the duration of this period, there have been rumors of a new and improved specification revision. That time has finally...

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Why do I need EMC Compliance?

June 12, 2015

There are a variety of reasons why your electrical/electronic products may be required to go through the Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) compliance process. Regulatory Requirements Most industrialized nations have established agencies or other regulatory bodies responsible for defining and enforcing EMC...

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MS Project: A Simple Way to Streamline the Testing Process

May 18, 2015

At our Rustburg, VA EMI/EMC testing facility, customers have the opportunity to work closely with our tight-knit team; managers and engineers to technicians and administrative staff. To ensure every program runs smoothly from start to finish we utilize Microsoft Project to...

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A Quick Guide to Expediting Your Equipment Under Test from NTS Rustburg

March 24, 2015

There is only one commercial site in the United States that can provide global solutions capabilities for all Navy equipment qualification testing, as well as extensive test and qualification capabilities for ground, avionics, and space applications. This test site is...

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Evolution of NTS’ Deck Simulator Fixtures in Accordance with MIL-S-901D

August 26, 2014

Evolution of NTS’ Deck Simulator Fixtures (DSFs) for Testing Deck Mounted, Shock Isolated (Class II) Equipment in accordance with MIL-S-901D By Calvin P Milam, Division Manager, NTS Rustburg NTS Rustburg, located in Central Virginia, was founded as a place to conduct...

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