May 22-24: Two EMC Short Courses by LearnEMC in Stoughton, WI – 10% discount for IEEE members 🗓

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May 22-24: Two EMC Short Courses by LearnEMC in Stoughton, WI

Electronic Systems Design for EMC Compliance – 5/22 & 5/23

Advanced Printed Circuit Board Design for EMC – 5/24

 Electronic Systems Design for EMC Compliance

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Registration for May Short Courses

Price: $1195 (10% discount for IEEE members, use code IEEE-EMC at checkout)

Date: May 22-23, 2018

Time: 8:00 am – 5:00 pm

Instructor: Dr. Todd Hubing, President of LearnEMC and past-president of IEEE EMC Society

 This course stresses the fundamental concepts and tools that electronics engineers can employ to avoid electromagnetic compatibility and signal integrity problems. Students completing the course will be able to make good decisions regarding board layout and system design for EMC. They will also be introduced to tools and techniques for quickly reviewing designs in order to flag potential problems well before the first hardware is built and tested.

 Advanced Printed Circuit Board Design for EMC

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Registration for May Short Courses

 Price: $595 (10% discount for IEEE members, use code IEEE-EMC at checkout)

 Date: May 24, 2018

Time: 8:00 am – 5:00 pm

Instructor: Dr. Todd Hubing, President of LearnEMC and past-president of IEEE EMC Society

 This is an advanced course for engineers who design products that must comply with EMC requirements on the first test pass. The course discusses basic methodologies for reviewing circuit board layouts and schematics to identify and evaluate potential EMC and signal integrity issues. Examples derived from actual circuit board designs are used to illustrate proper and improper layouts in various situations. Implementation and layout strategies for various types of circuits are reviewed including high-speed digital, RF analog, LF analog, power inverters, controllers and mixed-signal designs.

 It is assumed that students taking this course have a basic understanding of fundamental EMC concepts. (For example, students that have completed the Electronic Systems Design for EMC Compliance course or the Design for Automotive EMC Compliance course.) The focus of the course will be on the application of these concepts to actual product designs. Students completing this course will have the skills necessary to conduct well-organized circuit board design reviews and make good decisions regarding component selection, component placement, layer stack-up, trace routing and grounding.