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Checklist of Good EM Engineering Practices
Draft Checklist of Good EM Engineering Practices for Electronic Products,
with references for obtaining more detailed information
All sections cover both emissions and immunity, unless stated otherwise
(Please note: This checklist was created in 2012 and has not been updated since, so should be considered to be a first draft)
The checklist should be treated as a starting point for good EMC design that will save time and cost and improve profitability, because good EMC design is also excellent design for SI and PI (see chapter 1.1 in ). The two books referenced above contain much more guidance on good EMC design techniques than can be included in a practical checklist, and both may only be purchased from www.emcacademy.org/books.asp. Keith Armstrong’s “Cost-Effective EMC Design” training courses are kept up to date and will therefore include additional material to what is included in these books.
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