This three-day course covers the practical aspects of noise and interference control in electronic systems. It will provide the participants with a working knowledge of electromagnetic compatibility principles. Emphasis is on cost effective EMC design for digital systems. The commercial and industrial aspects of EMC Engineering are emphasized. The amount and complexity of mathematics will be kept to a minimum, and ideas will be illustrated with examples of actual case histories.
Presented by: Henry Ott Consultants
This course is directed towards electrical engineers. However, mechanical engineers, reliability and standards engineers, technical managers, systems engineers, regulatory compliance engineers, technicians, and others who need a working knowledge of electromagnetic compatibility engineering principles will also benefit from the course.
The participants should receive from this course knowledge necessary to design electronic equipment which is compatible with the electromagnetic environment, and is in compliance with national and international EMC regulations.
Electric and magnetic field coupling, crosstalk. Cable types: coax, twisted pair and ribbon cables. Cable shielding. Cable terminations.
DIGITAL LAYOUT & GROUNDING
HIGH SPEED DIGITAL DECOUPLING
Basic C-M filter theory. Filter source and load impedances. Single-stage filters. Multi-stage filters. Ferrite chokes versus shunt capacitors. Effectiveness of different C-M filter configurations. C-M filter mounting and layout
DIGITAL TRANSMISSION LINES
RF & TRANSIENT IMMUNITY
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