EMC and CI - Workshop Programme has been announced!
27 Jan 2022
We are pleased to announce that both the 'Technical' and 'Training' Workshop programme has been announced for the event taking place on the 18th and 19th May 2022 - see the full programme here! and register as a delegate here.
During the 2 day event several guest speakers will be speaking about the following:-
- Management of the risks that can be caused by EMI, plus Managing risks of EMC compliance (e.g. EMCD)
- EMC of traction power converters, battery chargers (vehicles, grid storage, etc.), and WPT
- EMI from a prime contractor’s point of view, e.g. for public utilities
In addition, world renowned EMC expert, Keith Armstrong, of Cherry Clough Consultants will be providing 2 days’ worth of training workshops and accompanying notes on:
- Designing Interconnections for EMC (cables and connectors
- Suppressing Electrostatic Discharge (ESD)
- Suppressing surges/transients on AC or DC power, signals or data
In addition, other associates of Cherry Clough and guests will also be providing workshops on
- EMC for the Manager
- EMC design for Switched Mode Power Supply Techniques that will give you an EMC pass first time
- How to calibrate and use a Network Analyser, including revealing the hidden characteristics of components
- Accidental Antennas - the No. 1 Radiated noise source
- Teaching EMC using an EMC demonstration unit
- So you think you know how to design a good filter?
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