EMC Design for Compliance: Emissions
Learn to design products that pass radiated and conducted emissions testing
Created by Andy Eadie
What You'll Learn:
- How to optimally place and route circuit boards to minimize electromagnetic interference
- The EMC Design Rules IBM use to consistently pass EMC testing the first time
- How to maintain optimal EMI performance while reducing the circuit board layer count to save on production costs
- How to design switched-mode power supplies to pass radiated and conducted emissions tests
- The low cost, 3-step process for measuring noise currents to predict a pass or fail result before sending a device to a test lab
- The 5 most common high speed digital design mistakes that lead to poor EMI and failed emissions tests
Who Is This Course For?
Engineers who work with circuit boards, enclosures and systems
Testing and compliance engineers who work with electronic products
Product Designers/Project Managers
Anyone involved in product design who needs to care about EMC
Engineering professors, students and graduates
Design for EMC compliance can often be a daunting subject. Huge textbooks are common but unfortunately they are not suited to training up a workforce quickly and effectively on EMC design techniques.
In this step-by-step course, using a combination of professionally recorded presentations, video demonstrations and case studies, you’ll learn the ins and outs of design for compliance.
Progress through the course at your own pace and complete the review quizzes to ensure you’ve mastered the key concepts before moving on.
All modules are pre-recorded and are accessible at any time in the member’s area. They are intended to be used as a reference to address specific design issues throughout your design process.
Once you’ve watched all of the modules (we track your progress) and successfully completed the tests every enrolled student will be presented with a certificate of completion.
Although the focus is on helping you to get your products through radiated and conducted emissions testing first time around, the design techniques also have the added benefit of improving the internal EMC performance of your product. Cleaner power supplies, increased noise margins, finer analog measurements, larger eye diagrams and increased RF sensitivity are all typical side effects of good design for EMC performance.
What You'll Get:
- The EMC Design for Compliance: Emissions course
- 32 Video Lessons
- 14 Review Quizzes
- 1 Year of Access to Instructor via Email
- Certificate of Completion
Tuition: Request Pricing
Course Length: 22.25 Hours
Enroll now, and get the knowledge to identify, eliminate, and avoid EMI problems at the source.
“Andy’s EMC Design for Compliance training is a great mix of theory with practical experiments, and helped me intuitively understand where EMC problems occur and how to avoid them.“
– Colin O’Flynn, CTO, NewAE Technology Inc.
“The courses have really made a difference in the thinking and approach of our electrical engineering team. They now consistently think about design for emissions and immunity as an integral part of our design process. The training has been extremely valuable.“
Richelle Eck, Engineering Manager, Inuktun Services Inc.
“Thank you, Andy! Great course! I learned a lot, understand EMC much better and now am eager to apply that knowledge to a few applications here that have been troubling me.”
Dave McCall, Lead Engineer, Steris Medical
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About The Instructor
EMC Engineer | Hardware Design Engineer | EMC FastPass Founder
Andy is a hardware design engineer and the founder of EMC FastPass.
He designed hardware products for 10 years before building and running an FCC listed EMC test facility. In 2014 he founded EMC FastPass with the goal of making EMC education interesting, accessible and globally available.