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Carrol A. Campbell Graduate Engineering Center

The Clemson Vehicular Electronics Laboratory was located in the Carroll A. Campbell Jr. Graduate Engineering Center on the campus of the Clemson University International Center for Automotive Research (CU-ICAR). It also shared space on the main campus in the Fluor Daniel Engineering Innovation Building with the Applied Electromagnetics Laboratory. The CU-ICAR location featured a 28' x 20' x 18' RF semi-anechoic chamber for making electromagnetic emission and susceptibility measurements. It was equipped to do measurements and modeling of all aspects of automotive and aerospace vehicular electronics including electronic components, circuits, sensors, communications, power distribution and mechatronics with an emphasis on systems integration and electromagnetic compatibility.

The Carroll A. Campbell Jr. Graduate Engineering Center also had a full-vehicle 4WD chassis dynamometer, 500 HP engine dynamometer, a full-vehicle dual-arm CMM, and a 7-post road simulator in an environmental chamber.

chassis dynamometer test

Navigation System Radiated EMI test