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07 May 2021
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All fluctuating electrical voltages and currents in conductors, whether signals, data, power or unwanted electrical noise…
- are really electromagnetic (EM) waves guided by the physical arrangements of conductors (e.g. copper) and insulating dielectrics (e.g. PVC, fibreglass, air)…
- giving rise to EM fields (Volts/metre: V/m, Amps/metre: A/m) in the dielectrics around the conductors…
- their ‘field strength’ diminishing, as the distance from the conductors increases.
Module is 69 slides over 35 pages
- What are EMI and EMC?
- Four types of EM energy coupling
- The EM environment and EM phenomena (conducted, radiated, continuous, transient, ESD, power quality, etc.)
- How devices can be interfered with
- EMC and the law
- EMC standards
- EMC and reliability
- Managing the functional safety risks due to EMI
- Data security
- Financial benefits of designing EMC in, from the start
- Some useful references
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