In partnership with IN Compliance magazine I will be presenting a three-day public Electromagnetic Compatibility Engineering Seminar, including a one-day (4/20/16) concurrent EMC Exhibit, in Tempe, AZ on April 19-21, 2016
This three-day intensive seminar and EMC exhibit covers the practical aspects of noise and interference control in electronic systems, and provides a working knowledge of EMC principles. Emphasis is on the cost-effective design of analog and digital systems. Commercial, industrial, medical, military, and aerospace aspects of EMC are emphasized. The amount and complexity of mathematics is kept to a minimum, and concepts are illustrated with examples of actual case histories.
Participants will obtain the knowledge necessary to design electronic equipment that is compatible with the electromagnetic environment, and is in compliance with national and international EMC regulations.
Some of the topics covered include:
- Grounding Principles
- Digital Layout and Grounding
- High-Speed Digital Decoupling
- Radiated Emission Control, both Common-Mode and Differential-Mode
- Digital Transmission Lines
- Mixed Signal PCB Grounding and Layout
- RF and Transient Immunity
- Conducted Emission Control, both Common-Mode and Differential-Mode
- Shielding Principles and Applications
This seminar is directed towards electrical engineers, however, mechanical engineers, reliability and regulatory compliance engineers, technical managers, EMC test personnel, and others who need a working knowledge of electromagnetic compatibility principles will also benefit from attending.
In addition to the class notes, participants will receive a copy of both my latest 872 page, award-winning, book Electromagnetic Compatibility Engineering, published by John Wiley in 2009, and the Electromagnetic Compatibility EMC Pocket Guide by Ken Wyatt and Randy Jost, published by Scitech in 2013.
On Wednesday, April 20, 2016, we will welcome a small group of EMC companies who will exhibit their products and services. During breakfast, morning and afternoon breaks, and an extended lunch, course attendees will have time to visit exhibitors’ displays and connect with some of the industry’s top suppliers, including test laboratories, test equipment companies, and EMC component manufacturers. After Wednesday’s technical session, we will all get together at a reception sponsored by the exhibitors.
Comments from a few previous seminar attendees:
- “I had high expectations for this course, high enough to justify travel from the opposite side of the planet. Henry exceeded them all!”
- “I learned a lot of what I thought I knew was wrong, and when it was right I learned why it was right.”
- “EMC demystified! It’s not black magic as many claim.”
- “Probably the most useful technical seminar I have ever attended. Should have learned this 20 years ago.”
- “This is the best practical course available.”
- “An excellent seminar presented by a pragmatic, knowledgeable, entertaining teacher.”
- “Excellent course! Presented in a very understandable way, even for a mechanical engineer.”
Registration is limited – so sign up early to guarantee you a place. Sign up by March 4, 2016 and take advantage of a $200 early registration discount. Don’t miss this opportunity, click here for more information.