Element's newly acquired EMC provider, NW EMC will host a Joint Meeting of the Los Angeles, Orange County, and San Diego IEEE EMC Chapters, held in Conjunction with the ANSI ASC C63® Committee Meeting.
This event will feature two presentations for the evening from EMC industry leaders Vic Hudson, Dean Ghizzone, and Greg Kiemel.
EMC Event Details
Date: Monday November 7, 2016
Time: 5:30 p.m. social hour, 6:00 p.m. dinner, 7:00 technical program
Venue: Northwest EMC Irvine, 41 Tesla Avenue, Irvine, CA 92618
Parking: Please park in the Northwest EMC designated parking areas.
RSVP: Call or email Alee Langford.
Evening Presentation Information
Power vs. Field: A Novel Approach to Immunity Testing Above 1 GHz.
Vic Hudson, Director - EMC Solutions, ETS-Lindgren, Cedar Park, Texas
This presentation includes a review of theory, design concept, functionality, setup configuration, main applications and more, showcasing an EMField generator as a novel, integrated solution for radiated immunity testing.
A live demonstration of the material presented will be held at the conclusion of the technical program, using the radiated immunity chamber at Northwest EMC.
Is There Any Value to do NSA Validation Above 2 Meters? (Based on the latest version of ANSI C63.4a... )
Northwest EMC, an Element Materials Technology Company, General Manager Dean Ghizzone and Director of Engineering Greg Kiemel
Draft ANSI C63.4a/D1.01 adds ideal NSA values for 2.5m vertical and 3m horizontal to Annex D. The change provides a means to validate test volumes greater than 2m in height. This presentation will discuss the comparative measurements that were made to see if there is any reason to validate a test volume greater than 2 meters in height.
Vic Hudson has worked as the Director of EMC Solutions at ETS-Lindgren, Cedar Park, Texas for the past six years. He has been involved in the EMC industry for nearly 20 years. Vic’s background includes application support, software development, system design, and project management. He has written articles and papers for Evaluation Engineering and In Compliance magazines. Vic graduated with a BSEE from Southern Illinois University-Carbondale in 1985.
Dean Ghizzone is the Founder and General Manager of Northwest EMC. He is active in ANSI ASC C63® and has more than 28 years’ experience in product testing for EMC compliance. He has been published in various technical journals. Prior to his many years with Northwest EMC, he worked as an EMC engineer at Tektronix, Inc. Dean earned his BS degree in Engineering from Weber State University and is a Senior Member of the IEEE.
Greg Kiemel is the Director of Engineering at Northwest EMC. Greg has been instrumental in the development of wireless testing, product certification, and global approvals capabilities at Northwest EMC. With more than 30 years of EMC experience, Greg is an iNARTE-certified EMC and ESD engineer, Master EMC Design Engineer, as well as a certified Wireless Device Certification Professional. He is active in ANSI ASC C63, and served as Chair of the TCB Council. Greg is a Senior Member of the IEEE, completing a two-year term as a Distinguished Lecturer.
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