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Electromagnetic Compatibility: Introduction

In this seminar, you will learn fundamental information about EMC-compliant printed circuit and wiring board design and the measurement methods used to characterise the interference immunity and emission of electronic devices and systems as well as integrated circuits.

The theoretical basics are presented to you as practical exercises in the form of measurement and practical examples. You will visit various stations in the EMC lab in small groups and independently complete practical exercises under guidance.

Content

  • Fundamentals of electromagnetic compatibility
  • Interference emission and immunity for electronic devices, systems and integrated circuits
  • The most important EMC measurement procedures and standards
  • EMC-compliant printed circuit and wiring board design

Target Groups and Admission Requirements

This course has been designed for

  • Device developers
  • EMC test technicians
  • IC and circuit board designers

working in various parts of the electronics and microelectronics industry.

To take part in this course, you must have a degree certificate in electrical engineering or a degree from a technical college (HTL) as well as work experience.

Source: Oliver Wolf / JS Österreich GmbH & Co. KG

Dates and Deadlines

Next course date: by request

Quick Facts

  • Duration: 2 days
  • Certificate: Confirmation of participation
  • Language of instruction: German or English
  • Participation fees: 990 € (VAT free)
    The fee covers course materials and food/drink during breaks.
  • Course location: TU Graz
  • Course times: by arrangement
Source: Lunghammer – TU Graz

In this course, we will provide you with deeper fundamental knowledge about EMC-compliant circuits and circuit board design and give you the opportunity to familiarise yourself in the EMC laboratory with important measurement techniques that are used to characterize interference immunity and emission.

Bernd Deutschmann and Gunter Winkler, programme directors

Why You Should Take this Course

  • You develop an understanding for issues related to electromagnetic compatibility, particularly with respect to the legal requirements.
  • You can understand and eliminate interference emission and immunity problems encountered during the development of electronic devices and systems.
  • You can develop “first time right” EMC-compliant printed circuit boards.
  • You learn to use selected EMC measurement techniques to characterise the interference emission and immunity of electronic devices and integrated circuits.
Vera Poschauko, Source: sara-sera – TU Graz

Contact

Vera POSCHAUKO
Mag.
TU Graz Life Long Learning
Phone: +43 316 873 4932
vera.poschaukonoSpam@tugraz.at

Programme Directors

Bernd DEUTSCHMANN
Univ.-Prof. Dipl.-Ing. Dr.techn.
Institute of Electronics
Phone: +43 316 873 7520
bernd.deutschmannnoSpam@tugraz.at

Gunter WINKLER
Ass.Prof. Dipl.-Ing. Dr.techn.
Institute of Electronics
Phone: +43 316 873 7524
gunter.winklernoSpam@tugraz.at

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