EMC For Electronic Circuit Designers
The topics include:
Electromagnetic compatibility, or EMC, deals with various disciplines. From DC such as lightning
protection, power electronics, high-speed signals to RF sensors. From small-scale systems (ioT)
to large platforms (avionics, automotive). The objective of EMC is to design the system to work as
expected, without effects on/from the surroundings, and to comply with EMI control standards,
commercial or military.
The design cycle ends when the electronic system:
1. Operates as it was designed to, without any performance degradation.
2. Passes the EMC tests.
Failure in one of the above may lead to excessive costs in troubleshooting and sometimes in
additional layout cycles. It is therefore advised to invest in EMC design from the early stages of the
project, until the project ends.
Current technology developments lead to much more complex systems in small form factors, and
higher data rates.
In this course, the audience will familiarize with EMC basics and advanced know how, related to board
design, through a methodological presentation backed by practical examples.
The goal of the course is to “Upgrade the engineer’s abilities to design electronic systems with
regards to EMC.”
Electrical and Electronics Engineers who work in the development of electronic systems:
4-day (32 study hours) course
Lecturer at Ort Braude Electrical Engineering Department
- Multidisciplinary Project
- EMC 3D Simulation
- Electromagnetic radiation safety [humans, explosives]
IEEE EMC & Signal, Power Integrity ISRAEL chapter chair
EMC focal point for the Government Of ISRAEL 2001-2021
B.Sc., M.Sc. in electrical engineering
Course opening date: 2024