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6a - Essential PCB design techniques for cost-effective SI, PI, EMC in 2021
Provides 6 hours towards CPD
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Updated for April 2021
Module 6 A replaces 6
This course explains that the the most cost-effective place to fix EMC, is in the PCB!. Its shows PCB techniques, which if applied correctly provide good signal integrity (SI), power integrity (PI) and EMC...
This is much more cost-effective than ‘fixing’ EMC problems at a higher level of assembly.
Module is 315 slides over 158 pages.
1) Saving time and money
2) Scope and application of these design techniques
3) EM Zoning (i.e. segregation)
4) Interface analysis, filtering, and suppression
5) RFREF 0V(GND) and power (PWR) planes
6) RF-bonding PCB Reference Planes at EMZ boundaries
7) Power supply decoupling
8) Switching power converters (AC/DC, DC/DC, DC/AC)
9) Matched transmission line techniques
10) Layer stacking and trace routing
11) Devices with BGA packages and/or multiple DC rails
12) Some useful references, sources, and webinars
For safety requirements - see our courses on designing for safety compliance
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