It’s relatively easy to design radio-frequency filters using SPICE (or similar), or the maths we were taught at Uni, but in real life they often don’t work as well as we needed. They can even have gain, when we were expecting attenuation!
This course is about how to design filtering that does what you want – quickly and cost-effectively – with very little, very easy maths.
Keith graduated from Imperial College, London, UK, in 1972 with an Honours Degree in Electrical Engineering. He has been a member of the IEE/IET since 1977 and a member of the IEEE since 1997. Appointed both IET Fellow and IEEE Senior Member in 2010.
After working as an electronic designer, project manager then design department manager, Keith started Cherry Clough Consultants in 1990 to help companies reduce project costs and timescales, warranty costs and other financial risks, through the use of well-proven signal integrity, power integrity and EMC engineering design and manufacturing techniques. By 2022 he had well-over 900 satisfied customers worldwide.
Keith has published several books and a great many articles, and taught many training courses worldwide. In 2018 he was first person to receive the new IEEE award: ‘Excellence in Continuing EMC Engineering Education, for continuing education in EMC, signal integrity, and power integrity from a practically based point of view’.