This one-day workshop starts by discussing the systems approach to EMC design and then takes the participants through the EMC design of a product from start to finish. It shows the "big picture" and contains enough detail to be extremely helpful to new designers, technicians, engineers, engineering managers, as well as veterans of the EMC design trenches.
In addition, EMC regulations will be discussed. This portion of the workshop can be tailored to emphasize regulations for the type of product of most interest to your company. For example, medical equipment or ITE equipment, etc.
A hypothetical digital product will be used as the workshop example. This is a "hands-on" workshop and the class will participate by doing much of the EMC design work.
While not meant as a substitute for a multi-day intensive EMC design course, this seminar provides a valuable perspective on the "systems approach" to the EMC design process and provides a solid foundation for future study.
It is desirable, but not required, for participants to have some basic EMC design background.
EMC RegulationsWorld Wide EMC Requirements
The Regulatory Process
EMC Requirements For XXX Equipment
---This Section May be Tailored to Meet Your Requirements
EMC Systems ConsiderationSystems Approach to EMC
EMC Design Methodology
EMC Control Plans
EMC and Quality
Everything You Need to Know About EMC
EMC Design ExampleHypothetical Digital Product
Defining the System
Emission and Susceptibility Considerations
Effect of EMC Design on Final Product
EMC Design Process - EmissionClocks
Cables (External & Internal)
Power Supply Issues
EMC Design Process -ImmunitySusceptibility Issues
Most Common Susceptibility Problems
10 Most Common EMC Problems
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