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I read through your "Design techniques for EMC, 1999 series" and found
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regards to the time invested and the ease of understanding the
Lars Petersson, Gothenburg, Sweden
I had the good fortune to attend Mr. Keith Armstrong's training titled "EMC for Electronic Engineers" almost a decade ago in the year 2010 at Wipro Technologies in Bangalore, India.
The program was spread over 5.5 days and I had many "aha moments" while I paid attention to the course and revised the contents later on. The topics of resonance, visualizing the E & H fields, standing waves and understanding the sources & issues related to common mode currents have stayed etched in my memory ever since and have helped me solve EMI/EMC issues in the lab in the later years.
In my personal capacity, I would recommend this course to all electronic engineers who are into product design & testing. The experienced engineers will have a good refresh of the concepts and obviously several "aha moments" and the younger breed of engineers will get a feel of the depth of the EMI/EMC along with the breadth of interdisciplinary engineering that comes into play to make product compliance successful.
This is an investment of time & effort that you will always cherish.
Rajneesh Raveendran, Bangalore, India
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