AMS’ new anechoic chamber.


Cable testing being performed in the AMS testing lab


The GTEM Cell in the EMC Laboratory

The AMS campus spans over 100,000 square feet of office, laboratory, and expansion space staffed by highly qualified specialists and consultants with degrees in electrical, mechanical, nuclear, chemical, computer, and materials engineering. The AMS campus includes a state-of-the-art EMC lab, 2 EMC testing chambers, and a temperature sensor response time testing facility. AMS tests to several standards including MIL-STD-461.


AMS’ testing facilities include:

  • A state-of-the-art EMC and instrument precision calibration laboratory with direct traceability to the National Institute of Standards and Technology
  • A cable testing laboratory equipped with temperature conditioning and heat-treating furnaces, an environmental chamber, and specialized cable condition monitoring equipment capable of TDR, FDR, IR, LCR, and other electrical characteristics tests
  • A temperature sensor response time testing facility and pressure sensor response time testing equipment
  • Hydraulic and pneumatic test loops
  • A complete set of nuclear power plant instrumentation cabinets
  • A machine shop and equipment manufacturing and repair facility
  • Data acquisition systems with dedicated algorithms
  • Extensive computing, networking, and video conferencing capabilities
  • A comprehensive technical library

AMS Sensor Wall


The Anechoic Chamber in the EMC Laboratory


CRDM Testing in the AMS Laboratory


The AMS Test Loop