Conducted and radiated emissions are the most common EMI issues a product designer faces.
How do we test a product’s EMC performance early in a design cycle?
Do we need expensive kits?
This session aims to help you better understand how to use low-cost tools to perform simple tests so you can identify the source of emission problems. Step by step Case studies demonstrate how to solve problems quickly and effectively.
Dr Min Zhang
Dr. Min Zhang received his PhD within Newcastle University’s Electrical & Electronics Engineering department in 2013.
His research was in novel power switching schemes to reduce EMI emissions, and his research papers have received many citations.
Since then, he has worked as an EMC specialist on milestone projects with Dyson Technology, UK.
With a proven track record designing state-of-the art electronics and electric machines with minimal EMC issues, Min then established the EMC capability for the Dyson Electric Vehicle project.
Following the closure of that project, he started Mach One Design, and became associated with Cherry Clough Consultants Ltd, to provide independent expertise in good, cost-effective EMC design, worldwide.
Min’s in-depth knowledge in power electronics, digital electronics,
electronic machines and product design is sure to benefit your product’s design, helping you win the race against time and cost.
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