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Elite’s long experience in aerospace compliance verification extends to DO-160 icing tests. Icing tests are run in Elite’s state of the art thermal chambers on DUTs in a variety of sizes and configurations. Learn more.

Electrical components in an MEA aircraft have different requirements. The experts at Elite can answer your questions about DO-160 tests and the array of of related tests needed for compliance with aviation standards.

Meet Mark Rugg - An engineer in Elite’s MIL-AERO area who once worked on Air Force Two verifying the Vice President's telephone.

Meet Adam Grant - 19 years in the lab and now your go-to for technical guidance on Military and Aerospace EMC Testing

Elite is equipped to perform the full range of night vision imaging system compatibility tests assuring compliance with MIL-STD-3009, MIL-L-85762A, and SAE ARP5825A. Learn More.

The FCC is requiring more antenna details on Part 15 Transmitter applications. Learn more.

Elite Electronic Engineering’s Pat Hall and Tom Klouda have been performing HIRF tests on aircraft components for decades and explain how the test is done.

Elite Electronic Engineering is renowned for its industry-leading Aerospace and Military EMC test expertise. The trusted results and timeliness are products of decades of experience in performing those tests. Elite’s Senior EMC Engineer Steve Framarin is part of that legacy of experience and has outlined ten tips to make a MIL/Aero test series run more smoothly.

Elite is one of two test labs accepted under ALECP. Elite’s FAA Program Administrator Brad DeGrave leads the FAA Airport Lighting Certification Team and explains the tests along with Elite’s role.

Meet Elite's Brad DeGrave- You can see his work from the air.

Few things are as critical as aircraft safety. Elite's has unmatched experience with lightning tests is equipped with more test systems covering all 5 waveform levels than any other lab. Learn more about lightning tests at Elite for DO-160 compliance.

Elite Electronic Engineering is excited to announce the installation of a new chassis dynamometer in its drive-in electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) chamber

While nearly every electrical product will require some type of water Ingress Protection (IP), for this article we address applications in the Marine industry and how IP is applied for watercraft ranging from commercial cargo ships to recreational boats. 

A reminder to catch Craig and Tom as they speak to large audiences this year in Spokane at the 2022 EMC-Signal Integrity and Power Integrity (SIPI) Symposium as they carry out Elite's commitment to standards, education, and professional development.

Elite is fortunate to have generations of engineering talent, some of whom are members of the same family such as Chuck and Kyle Thompson.

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