EMI is generally determined at the or close to the end of the design phase of a product. In order to minimize EMI this presentation proposes that EMI awareness is obtained during the design process, well before a design is fully finished. At the same time as designs are checked for Signal Integrity and Power Integrity, EMI insight and levels can also be determined for sections of a PCB or a design. Using ANSYS tools, EMI can be determined and reduced by properly addressing design issues that are actually part of SI or PI design concerns. This presentation will clearly show several EMI issues and how EMI can be minimized early in the design cycle by following good SI and PI guidelines.
September 18, 2014
5:30 – 7:30 (food and drink provided) RSVP Early – Space is Limited
The Oak Barrel Brasserie and Taphouse
5975 Canal Rd.
Valley View, OH 44125
CPD Credit: 1 Hour available - bring flyer for credit
About the Presenter: Markus Kopp is a Lead Application Specialist for the ANSYS Electronics high frequency products, which includes tools such as HFSS, SIwave, and Designer. During the past 13 years, while working at ANSYS he has progressively held the roles of Application Engineer, Country Manager and Senior Application Specialist, focusing on the high-frequency simulation tools and markets.
Sponsored By: The IEEE Cleveland Section and ANSYS
Modern oscilloscopes offer a multitude of analysis tools enabling engineers and technicians to gain insight into circuit behavior. Join us for this unique live and hands-on training experience with a 35 year veteran in various test methodologies.
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At the conclusion of the one day course, students will receive a certificate of completion from Teledyne LeCroy and a chance to win a WaveAce Oscilloscope
Instructor: Steve Murphy, Distribution Manager – Applications Engineering of Teledyne LeCroy
Where: Ohio Aerospace Institute / 22800 Cedar Point Rd / Cleveland, OH 44142
When: October 16, 2014 9:00am – 4:30pm (Lunch will be served at no charge)
Who should attend: Engineers and technicians who use oscilloscopes and want to learn the technology and techniques to improve debugging skills, measurement accuracy and automated test.
How will attendees learn: Oscilloscopes will be available for demonstration and hands-on learning. The attendees will learn through lecture, discussion and practical exercises using the oscilloscope.
CPD Credit: 7 hours available
Sponsored by: IEEE Cleveland Section and Meunier Electronic Supply
To Register: 845-578-4489 or email@example.com - Seats are limited
Flyer: available here