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ATI's Design for EMC/SI course


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Design for EMC/SI (Electromagnetic Compatibility & Signal Integrity) is our flagship EMC design class. It addresses the control of EMI (Electromagnetic Interference) at the box level through proven design techniques. This three-day course with an optional third day provides a comprehensive treatment of EMC/SI "inside the box." This includes digital and analog circuits, printed circuit board design, power electronics, I/O treatments, mechanical shielding, and more. Please note - this class does NOT address "outside the box" issues such as cable design, power wiring, and other systems level concerns. Optionals day 3 discusses EMI Troubleshooting Guidelines with case studies.

Each student will receive a copy of the EDN Magazine Designer's Guide to EMC by Daryl Gerke and William Kimmel, along with a complete set of lecture notes.

Tuition:

Instructors:

Daryl Gerke, PE, has worked in the electronics field for over 40 years. He received his BSEE from the University of Nebraska. His experience ranges includes design and systems engineering with industry leaders like Collins Radio, Sperry Defense Systems, Tektronix, and Intel. Since 1987, he has been involved exclusively with EMI/EMC as a founding partner of Kimmel Gerke Associates, Ltd. Daryl has qualified numerous systems to industrial, commercial, military, medical, vehicular, and related EMI/EMC requirements.

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Who Should Attend

  • This seminar is directed at personnel who are wrestling with interference/noise problems in electronic systems at the design level. The following could benefit from this class:
  • Electronics design engineers and technicians
  • Printed circuit board designers
  • EMC test engineers and technicians
  • NO prior EMC experience is necessary or assumed.

What you will learn:

  • How to identify, prevent, and fix over 30 common EMI/EMC problems in at the box/design level
  • Simple models and "rules of thumb" and to help you arrive at quick design decisions (NO heavy math).
  • Design impact of various EMC specifications
  • Practical tools, tips, and techniques
  • Good EMI/EMC design practices

Course Outline:

  1. Introduction
    • Interference Sources, Paths, and Receptors
    • Key Threats in EMC and SI
    • EMI Regulations & Impact on Design
    • Signal Integrity and EMC
    • Looking for “Hidden Transmitters” and
    • “Hidden Antennas”

  2. Physics of EMI
    • Frequency, Time, and Dimensions
    • Dealing with “Hidden Schematics”
    • Transmission Lines and “Hidden Antennas”
    • Common Mode & Differential Mode

  3. Components
    • Passive Components and Their Limitations
    • EMC Effects in Active Components
    • Simple EMC Filters and How to Design Them
    • Clock and Reset Circuits
    • On-Board Power Regulators
    • Clock Dithering

  4. General PCB Issues
    • Identifying Critical Circuits
    • Component Placement
    • PCB Stack-up Recommendations
    • Isolated or “Split” Planes
    • I/O Treatments - Circuit Board Grounding
    • Power Decoupling
    • Buried Capacitance
    • Trace Routing and Terminations
    • Crosstalk
    • Component Shielding

  5. Power Electronics
    • Power Quality and EMI
    • Filters & Transient Protection
    • Switch Mode Power Supply Design for EMC
    • Power, Relay and Motor Circuits

  6. Grounding
    • Function of a Ground
    • Safety and EMI
    • Single Point, Multi Point, and Hybrid Grounds
    • Ground Loops
    • Signal Grounds
    • Analog Grounds
    • Grounding Guidelines

  7. Shielding
    • Materials & Limitations
    • Dealing with Openings and Penetrations
    • Magnetic Field Shielding Issues
    • Shielding Design Guidelines
    • Cable Grounding
    • Cable Shielding & Connectors
    • Cable Crosstalk

  8. EMC Troubleshooting Workshop
    • Troubleshooting Methods and Techniques
    • Common Symptoms, Problems, & Solutions
    • How to Quickly Identify Likely Causes
    • Case Studies
    • Design Examples
    • Systems Examples


Tuition:

    Tuition for this three-day course is $1495 at one of our scheduled public courses. Onsite pricing is available. Please call us at 410-956-8805 or send an email to ati@aticourses.com.

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