We will have an interesting new addition to
the usual Exhibitor opportunities in Hawaii in July for the IEEE
International Symposium on EMC.
It will be called the “Exhibitor’s Museum” and
it will provide EMC Exhibitors with a venue to display their past
in the form of previous designs of present-day EMC Equipment and
EMC Materials. The “Exhibitor’s Museum” will
be located in the Exhibit Hall.
Space will be provided at no charge by the 2007 EMC Symposium
Committee working in conjunction with the 50th Anniversary Committee
of the EMC Society. Tables to display the artifacts from past
history can be rented from the Exhibitor Services in the usual
In addition to the display of artifacts from the Exhibitors, there
will also be a display of early EMC receivers (such as Stoddart
receivers and others shown on this page), which is sponsored by
the 50th Anniversary Committee. Some of the equipment will be
in working order and will be demonstrated by EMC volunteers. Other
measurement systems will be more static in function; they will
have their equipment case open so people can view the insides
of the equipment.
Proposals are due by April 1. Notice of acceptance will be sent
to you by April 15.
Join the Historical Museum; start developing your historically
accurate and technically interesting extravaganzas today. It is
a “once in 50-years opportunity” to share in the rich
technical background of the field of EMC engineering!
For more information, contact:
|Radiated emissions from an Army Jeep
|NM-17a Singer Stoddart receivers
|RCA type 302A noise meters