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Electromagnetic (EM) Design Techniques (Melbourne, Australia)

25nov(nov 25)1:00 am29(nov 29)1:00 amElectromagnetic (EM) Design Techniques (Melbourne, Australia)1:00 am - 1:00 am (29)(GMT-05:00) Event Type Seminars & Training

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Keith’s electromagnetic (EM) design techniques have been well-proven for 25 years to achieve excellent and cost-effective signal integrity (SI), power integrity (PI) and electromagnetic compatibility (EMC), even on the first prototype, see  He will be teaching these techniques in Melbourne (25th to 29th of November, 2019) and Sydney (18th to 22nd of November, 2019) Australia.

De-risking a project’s EMC is generally considered impossible – but it is easy and straightforward to do by using Keith’s course notes as checklists from the start.

Relying on laboratory testing to discover how good an EMC design is, and what changes are needed before retesting, then perhaps having to go around the whole loop again, and again, is an old-fashioned approach that guarantees uncontrollable delays with their attendant project and financial risks. The only people who benefit from this are the EMC test labs!

Integrated circuits and opamps have been die-shrunk every two years since their first invention in the 1970s, with the result that they now all emit or are susceptible to microwave frequencies or higher, and they are all getting worse every two years on average. Switching power devices are about to become at least ten times faster, creating much more noise in television and LTE frequency bands.

For all these reasons, all new electronic designs must now use good EM techniques right from the start if they are to stand a good chance of achieving low overall cost of manufacture whilst meeting market windows and repaying their investments quickly.

We don’t do EMC for regulatory reasons, we do it because if we don’t our products are unreliable and/or cause problems in real life, causing huge warranty costs and reducing future sales. Good EMC design for real profits and future sales reduces regulatory compliance to an admin task.

These courses describe how to achieve all this good stuff, using only plain English and simple calculations to describe practical details that can be put to work the day after the course.



November 25, 2019 1:00 am - November 29, 2019 1:00 am ACT(GMT-04:00)


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