Proven cost-effective EMC, SI and PI design techniques for electronic products.
For electronic, mechanical and PCB designers (and their managers)
||An extended version of A (above), that goes into more detail and covers more topics
||An extended version of B (above), that goes into more detail and covers more topics on PCB EMC design and layout, plus has more time for discussing individual questions
||Proven cost-effective EMC, SI and PI design and layout techniques for PCBs.
Covers general techniques now required for (almost) all PCBs, plus advanced techniques (e.g. for 10Gb/s serial)
At one day, this is a very rushed course. To cover all the material, many people will prefer it as a 1.5 day course.
||An extended version of D (above), that goes into more detail and covers more topics on PCB EMC design and layout, plus has more time for discussing individual questions
||A version of A (above) that swaps the half-day module on advanced PCB EMC topics for a half-day on systems built into a single cabinet (e.g. industrial control, but not limited to it).
|| EMC Design for Analogue Circuits
||EMC Design for Switch-Mode Power Converters (AC-DC, DC-DC, DC-AC, AC-AC, PWM, etc., all powers, all applications including motor drives, 'green energy', etc.)