Applying Practical EMI Design and Troubleshooting Techniques Industries
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. ESD, 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.
During this course, we will demonstrate inductance in high- and low-frequency circuits, common-mode current, grounding, accidental antennas, near-field coupling, far-field coupling, displacement current, high-frequency filtering, radiated immunity, and many other EMC principles. Important EMC troubleshooting tools that SILENT uses, such as the spectrum analyzer, current probes, magnetic field probes, and noise injection devices are also demonstrated and discussed.