The so-called finite element method is used to test the compliance of connectors with mechanical and thermal requirements.
EMC-Laboratory (Electromagnetic Compatibility)
Emission and immunity tests as well as shielding measurements are carried out in the in-house EMC chamber. The measurement of transmission characteristics in the time and frequency domain is carried out with the most modern equipment.
In this area new connectors are designed and optimized and PCB layouts are created. System simulations of complete assemblies are also carried out.
”The Supervision Provided at Rosenberger During My Master's Thesis on Temperature Field Simulation Convinced Me, as did the Uncomplicated Access to all the Necessary Test Equipment
Since being employed on a permanent basis I carry out both simulation and measurement tasks which makes my job very varied and interesting.“
Stephanie Rehrl, Development Engineer