A series of booklets on EMC phenomena and EMC testing Booklets available so far: #1 EN 61000-4-8 – Magnetic fields, and immunity testing
#2 EN 61000-4-11 – Mains dips, dropouts, interruptions, and immunity testing
#3 EN 61000-3-2 – Mains harmonics, and emissions testing
#4 EN 61000-3-3 and EN 61000-3-11 – Mains voltage fluctuations and flicker, and emissions testing
#5 EN 61000-4-5 – Surges, and immunity testing
#6 EN 61000-4-6 – Conducted RF, and immunity testing
#7 EN 55022 – Radiated RF, and emissions testing
#8 EN 55022 – Conducted RF, and emissions testing
#9 EN 61000-4-2 – Electrostatic Discharge (ESD) and immunity testing
#11 EN 61000-4-4 – Electrical fast transients and immunity testing
#12 EN 61000-4-13 – Mains harmonics and interharmonics, and immunity testing
#13 EN61000-4-14 – Mains Voltage Fluctuations and immunity testing Five more booklets will soon be published in this series.
EMC Testing Series A series of seven articles published 2001-2,
With Tim Williams
Covers D-I-Y testing from low-cost to fully accredited
On-Site EMC Test Methods
(Word format, 375K)
How to test equipment, systems and installations, outside of a test laboratory. Testing using these test methods can be often be used to support a Technical Construction File (TCF) under the EMC Directive.
On-Site Test Method for the Close Proximity of Mobile Radio Transmitters
(Word format, 108K)
How to test equipment, systems and installations, for immunity to the close proximity of a mobile radio transmitter. Testing using this method can be often be used to support a Technical Construction File (TCF) under the EMC Directive.
Technical Guidance Notes from the EMC Test Labs Association (EMCTLA)  
DIY EMC Testing Part 1 – Radiated emissions
Part 2 – Conducted emissions
Part 3 – Fast transient burst, surge, electrostatic discharge
Part 4 – Radiated immunity
Part 5 – Conducted immunity
Part 6 – Low-frequency magnetic fields (emissions and immunity); mains dips, dropouts, interruptions, sags, brownouts and swells