Electronic Product Design and Retrofit for EMC LearnEMC Short Courses May 1-2 🗓

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Electronic Product Design and Retrofit for EMC


Price: $1195 (10% discount for IEEE members, use code IEEE-462 at checkout)
May 1-2, 2017
Time: 8:00 am – 5:00 pm

Guest Instructor: Lee Hill, founding partner of Silent Solutions, LLC

Location:  Stoughton, WI


Registration for May Short Course(s)

This two-day course gives engineering professionals the ability to successfully recognize, solve and avoid challenging EMI problems. Demonstrations using working hardware illustrate concepts such as radiated emissions, high frequency antennas, radiated and conducted immunity and crosstalk in connectors, cables and IC packages. Integrating over 30 years of hands-on troubleshooting experience and the latest EMC research, this class is appropriate for experienced circuit and system design engineers, EMC engineers, as well as those who are new to EMI problem solving.

After attending this class, students will be able to:

  • Systematically analyze and solve noise problems by using the noise model to create and analyze a noise circuit schematic
  • Minimize radiated EMI by designing low inductance signal interconnects
  • Understand ground loops, how to represent them in an equivalent circuit, and how to eliminate them
  • Clearly identify and manage the three different types of “ground” in schematics and physical circuits
  • Identify “accidental antennas” in new designs
  • Understand and measure common-mode current in emissions and immunity problems
  • Improve the quality of sensor and instrumentation signals in the presence of noise