Practical Electronic Design Techniques for Cost-Effective EMC w/o PCB design (2-day course)

Training for electronic and mechanical design engineers, and their managers, in the use of good EMC design and manufacturing practices suitable for modern products and equipment.

NOTE: This course does not cover Printed Circuit Board design/layout – it is meant for use in conjunction with our one-day “Basic and Advanced EMC design and layout techniques for PCBs” course, making a three-day course overall.

The aim of the course is to help companies quickly improve their commercial and financial performance by:

  • Bringing advanced products to market more quickly
  • Reducing unit manufacturing costs
  • Reducing warranty costs and costs of ownership by improving reliability
  • Easily complying with legal EMC requirements
  • Reducing financial risks and improving 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 course module that Keith teaches to post-graduate students as part of the Sensors and Electronic Instrumentation M.Sc. course at the University of Manchester (formerly UMIST, University of Manchester Institute of Science and Technology), UK.

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