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Provide with fundamental knowledge of EMC requirements for electronic systems, legal aspects and key arguments for EMC.
Obtaining knowledge on how and why phenomenon like Cross-talk occurs by analyzing the signal integrity.
Understanding aspects related to conducted emissions, radiated emissions, and emission susceptibility.
Evaluating critical disturbers, coupling and susceptibility and EM-compatibility.
Course Entry Requirements:
Circuit Theory and Analog Electronics
Introduction to EMC and the sources
Common FCC and EU standards relating to EMI
Transmission line characteristics, mismatch, signal integrity
Non-ideal behavior of R, L and C, ferrite, common-mode chokes
Introduction to Dipole, Loop, Biconical, and Log periodic Antennas
Common mode noise and radiated emissions
Electrostatic Discharge, ESD
Shielding material and technique
Lectures and practical experiments
The students will learn several basic mechanisms of electromagnetic interference generated either by man-made or neutral type, in the frequency range from low megahertz to about 10 gigahertz.
The students will be able to calculate the emissions based on the antenna characteristics and system gain.
The student will be able to understand several simple EMI mitigating techniques.
Learning outcomes verification and assessment criteria:
Written and oral examination
S W Leung,
Notes on Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) Workshops and training courses, IEEE Symposium Records
EMC standards for limits and methods of measurement
M. Ianovici, M. Ianoz, J.-J. Morf,
Compatibilite Electro-Magnetique Lausanne, resses Polytechniques Romandes