EMC often lies on the critical path of the product creation process. In this training course, guidelines and tools are given to achieve a systematic and cost-effective integration of EMC technology into new electronic products. In this way, we can prevent delayed market introduction because of EMC problems. The complete EMC training consists of two parts: lectures and a workshop.
Day 1 - 3:
- In part 1 lectures, classroom exercises and many practical demonstrations are given on the following topics: introduction and basic principles, passive components, crosstalk, radiation and irradiation, ESD and other transients, EMC at Cable and Connector level, EMC Standards and Testing, Mains filters and Switched-Mode Power Supplies, EMC at Printed Circuit Board level, EMC at Cabinet level, EMC Analysis Methods. After the end of part 1, participants will have a good overview of EMC design techniques to prevent EMC problems in electronic systems.
- In part 2 of the EMC training course, the participants will apply the knowledge they have gathered in part 1 to practical cases. They will work in small groups on the following cases: conducted and radiated emission, immunity to radio frequency fields (GSM), self-pollution in electronic products, basic questions. At the end of the workshop, the participants will have learned many easy to use EMC workbench measuring methods. With these tools, designers can get an early indication of the EMC performance of their products under development.