Start date: 23 March 2021
Duration: 4 Days, 10am to 4pm each day
Location: Online course
Cost: Members € 300; Non-members € 450
Course code: N/A
This 4 day EMC Design course provides a good outline of the basics of EM theory and common EMC problems. It will cover all aspects of equipment design necessary to ensure a compliant design with a particular emphasis on PCB design and the implications of the various components. The course will include practical demonstrations and workshops.
Due to demand this course was run twice in 2020 on 13 - 16 July and 20 - 23 October and the next course is scheduled for 23 - 26 Mar 2021.
On completion of the course, participants will be able to:
1. Understand EM basics – susceptibility and emissions
2. Understand common EMC pitfalls in PCB design
3. Develop a fundamental understanding of PCB current flows
Who is the course for?
The course introduces EMC and methods to both the design engineer and the manager. It will provide a good working knowledge of EMC so that the engineer can understand the EMC design features necessary to minimise the cost of meeting the EMC Directives.
Morning 10am- 12pm:
EMC and EMI introduction
Near Field and Far Field,
Radiated and Conducted Emissions: Difference between pcb and cable emissions
Basic Waves and Harmonics
Morning 10am -12pm:
EMC Standards and Regulations
Transmission and Receiver Basics
Receivers and Analysers
Surge / Transient Testing
Morning 10am -12pm:
Coupling and PCB Design consideration
RF and Digital High Speed Design
PCB Shielding Solutions
PCB Filtering Solutions
Morning 10am – 12pm:
PCB Layout Techniques
Circuit Decoupling Techniques
Final PCB tips for good design
Wrap Up and Student Feedback
John McAuley, Managing Director – Compliance Engineering Ireland Ltd. John has vast EMC experience and has lectured extensively on EMC theory and pcb design issues. John has carried out or supervised certification of over 2000 products.
James Kearney , Lecturer in TU Dublin and NUI Maynooth has delivered multiple EMC classes to undergraduate and postgraduate students since 2016. James is an Electronic Engineer and has over 20 years experience in PCB design and compliance.
Note: the image on this web page is of Compliance Engineering Ireland’s Anechoic Chamber