TekBox EMCview – PC software for EMC / EMI pre-compliance testing


Tekbox EMCview is a PC-software for user friendly EMC pre-compliance testing of radiated and conducted emissions. It is a perfect complement for automated testing using our LISNs and TEM Cells.

A built in amplitude correction enables correction and conversion coefficients for cables, amplifiers, attenuators, LISNs, TEM cells, antennas, RF current probes, striplines and capacitive coupling clamps.

There is no need for a time consuming setup. The SW is ready for measurements straight after installation. All emission related CISPR-xx (EN550xx) measurements and a few automotive manufacturer standards are pre-configured in corresponding project files.

The graph supports two complete measurement runs such as for example Average / Quasi-Peak or Peak / Quasi Peak and alternatively a fast Quasi-Peak scan of critical peaks.

One license is valid for one spectrum analyzer. Please send the serial number of your Rigol, Siglent or R&S (FPC or FPH) spectrum analyzer in the comment box during checkout or in an email to andy@emcfastpass.com. We will send you the license file in 24 hours.

EMCview currently supports spectrum analyzers from Rigol, Siglent and R&S (FPC and FPH). The spectrum analyzer should also be equipped with the EMI option. Support for other spectrum analyzer manufacturers will be added in future SW versions.


  • Numerous pre-configured project files for CISPR-xx (EN550xx) emission measurements
  • Graph supports two complete measurement runs, same as in test house
  • Fast Quasi-Peak scan of critical peaks, immune to frequency drift of the selected peaks
  • Configurable limit lines and segment files
  • Configurable correction files for cable, LISN, amplifier, antenna etc.
  • Configurable margins for the identification and selection of critical peaks
  • Supports import and overlaying of reference measurements for comparison purpose
  • Linear or logarithmic frequency axis
  • Automatic creation of test reports
  • Many import/export-functions
  • Selective measurement of frequency segments
  • RF-coverage measurement mode


  • In house measurement of EMC behavior during product design phase
  • EMC training in lab, school and university
  • Pre-compliance test of products before submitting it to the test house
  • Test cost reduction
  • Reduced time to market
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Tekbox EMCview Manual