One of the major challenges for RF Engineers in today’s world is to minimize electromagnetic interference (EMI) within circuits and systems due to the increasing usage of high speed and high-frequency devices. The electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) is mainly a technique to deal with such types of situations, where the main emphasis is to propose an optimum design in order to minimize electromagnetic coupling and interference.
The main objective of this one-week course is to provide the participants an insight into various techniques and procedures required for the design of electronic systems, which are in compliance with the EMC guidelines. The course would provide a brief outline of EMC guidelines prevalent in various geographical regions, and imposed by a number of agencies including the Bureau of Indian Standards (BIS).
The concept of effective shielding using modern procedures involving the use of frequency selective surfaces (FSS) structures and lightweight nanocomposites would be explained. The participants would be exposed to the state of the art modeling and simulation software currently being used for EMI/EMC applications.
Introduction to the electromagnetic interference (EMI) and the electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) techniques, basic aspects of the EMC design, standards for EMI/EMC in various geographical regions, brief introduction of various test parameters such as radiated and conducted emissions, susceptibility, electrostatic discharge, etc.
modeling of non-ideal behavior of various electronic circuits and components from EMI/EMC point of view, conducted emissions, the line impedance stabilization network (LISN), radiated emissions, antennas and testing procedures relevant for EMC applications, basic concept of effective shielding, usage of frequency selective surface (FSS) and advanced composites based shielding for modern RF applications and electronic instruments.
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