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Four day course for Military and Aerospace electronic designers
Training for electronic, mechanical and PCB/PWB design engineers, and their managers, in the use of good SI, PI and EMC design and manufacturing practices for modern products and equipment.
The aim of the course is to help companies quickly improve their commercial and financial performance by using design techniques that have been proven in real-life for many years to:
- Bring advanced products to market more quickly
- Reduce unit manufacturing costs
- Reduce warranty costs and costs of ownership by improving reliability
- Easily comply with legal EMC requirementsï‚· Reduce financial risks and improve Return On Investment
This course is highly recommended for those involved in any aspect of the design or testing of electrical/electronic products.
It is based upon the EMC course module that Keith taught to post-graduate students as part of the IET-accredited Sensors and Electronic Instrumentation M.Sc. course at the University of Manchester (formerly UMIST, University of Manchester Institute of Science and Technology), UK.
This is the same as our 3-day course, with a full day on Advanced PCB design topics added. More course modules are available to customise this course.
(A 5-day version is available that adds more SI, PI and EMC topics and generally provides everything that electronic designers need to know, including low-frequency power converter issues.)
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Electromagnetic Engineering (EMgineering) is the basis for proven good design practices for signal integrity (SI), power integrity (PI), and the control of EMI emissions and immunity (EMC).
Our aim is to help people learn how to more quickly and cost-effectively design and manufacture electronic equipment (products, systems, installations, etc.) to meet functional (i.e. SI/PI) specifications and conform to EMC standards, directives and other requirements.
Such equipment should benefit from reduced warranty costs and financial risks, whilst improving uptime, competitiveness and profitability.
We also cover basic good electrical safety engineering; and the Risk Management of Electromagnetic Disturbances / EMI, whether for Functional Safety or other types of risk.Join EMC standards TODAY!