There is a rising concern in the electronics industry regarding increased pollution in the form of electromagnetic interference (EMI), radio frequency interference (RFI), and spurious signals caused by electronic devices and radiating cables. Since some effects of this pollution can be extremely dangerous, many countries require commercial and military products to meet electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) standards before they are placed on the market. Electronic devices must have a certain level of immunity to electromagnetic (EM) disturbances, and they must not be a source of EMI or RFI. In order to test devices against EMC/EMI standards and ensure their compliance, anechoic and reverberation chambers are employed. Download the application note to learn how using computational electromagnetic (CEM) simulation tools are ideal for designing custom anechoic chambers.