Element Plano testing laboratory opens its doors for a technical EMI seminar, guided facilities tour and live demonstrations on August 8, 2019.
Our in-house technical experts will be joined by Kenneth Wyatt, leading EMC testing consultant, for a technical talk on Troubleshooting Wireless and IoT Self-EMI from DC-DC Converters. Please join us to enjoy a free lunch, network with local industry peers, and learn how we can help you meet your product testing needs.
15:00 – 16:00 Meet and greet lunch, networking & lab tours
16:00 – 17:30 Presentation: Troubleshooting Wireless & IoT Self-EMI from DC-DC Converters, by Kenneth Wyatt
17:30 – 18:00 Beer, refreshments, and dessert
One widespread issue manufacturers face with wireless or IoT products is self-generated EMI from onboard DC-DC converters. These small circuits generally switch between 1 and 3 MHz and use fast sub-nanosecond edge speeds. As a result, the subsequent broadband EMI often extends above 2 GHz, which can affect the sensitivity of receiver circuits - especially cellular and GNSS.
Element's presentation will describe a three-step process for characterizing self-generated EMI and offer tips on mitigation, and also include mitigation steps, including proper PC board design for mixed-signal products.
About Kenneth Wyatt
Kenneth Wyatt is a prolific author, presenter and consultant. With years of experience as a product development engineer and senior EMC engineer, he is a leading voice on EMC design, troubleshooting and training. He is a senior member of the IEEE, a longtime member of the EMC Society and a former US delegate to the IEC for the international standard IEC 61326 (for ISM products).
To reserve your space at the event, register using the online link below. If you have any questions, please contact Jennifer Bui at email@example.com or call +1 469 304 5244.
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