EMC Training and Seminar Courses

Course Overviews – “EMC Made Simple is the Foundation of all Classes” 

All courses cover aspects dealing with system design to comply with any Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) requirement worldwide.  The discipline of EMC includes all electrical devices to minimize electromagnetic field coupling and interference from both within and between systems based on environment or end use application.  

All courses are taught in a “fundamental format” for  those new to the field of EMC. These courses are also a refresher for senior engineers who want a more thorough understanding of the physics and theory behind electromagnetics and printed circuit board design as well as system designers.  Depending on the experience of attendees advanced elements of applied EMC engineering design may be presented.  When applicable, simulations are used to highlight important aspects of signal integrity, impedance control, transmission line termination, grounding and referencing along with decoupling methodologies to name a few aspects related to printed circuit board design.

Who Should Attend

Practicing engineers of all disciplines: system and electrical engineering designers, regulatory compliance engineers, EMC engineers, EMC technicians, independent consultants, students, mechanical and PCB designers along with corporate management.  No formal training in electronics or electromagnetic theory is required. Engineers in other disciplines will also gain valuable insights into multiple aspects of system design that includes PCB layout for EMI and signal integrity, grounding and shielding, system level testing, troubleshooting techniques and certification.

Benefits of Attending

  • Enhanced Skills for System Design and Analysis from Component to System Level
  • Learn EMC Suppression Techniques versus Containment
  • Learn How to Implement Simplified Design Techniques for Systems and Printed Circuit Boards
  • Helps Achieve First-Time Compliance to any EMC Test Requirement
  • Ensures Current State-of-the-Art Technology is Maintained through Continued Education