Demystifying EMC from Rohde & Schwarz

30 Jan - 30 Jan 2017
Madjeski Stadium, Reading UK

Following last year's success, establishing Demystifying EMC as one of the industry’s primary training events, we have again opened the doors to industry and have a total of ten Training Partners joining the agenda.

Demystifying EMC is about delivering high quality, free of charge training to industry and we are thrilled to have attracted a who’s who of UK EMC that share this concept. As with the previous event there will be room in the day to network with peers and speak with industry experts. If you have an EMC challenge, want to brush up on your knowledge or are venturing into the topic for the first time this event will cater for you.

Themes such as EMC fundamentals, updates on regulations and standards, basics of circuit design and component selection through to more specific industry topics will be covered. You can pick the sessions that you want to attend.

The event has the backing of the IET so why not count this event towards your continuing professional development (CPD)?

The day will start at 9am and will finish at 5pm. Lunch and refreshments will be provided.

Topics include:

  • Demystifying EMC

  • Understanding FCC Regulations

  • The New Radio Equipment Directive (RED)

  • Intro into EMC Standards

  • EN55032 The New Multimedia Standard

  • Simulating RF Interference in Electronics

  • PCB Troubleshooting

  • Demystifying the selection and use of cable ferrites

  • Inductance Masterclass

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Date 30 Jan - 30 Jan 2017
Location Madjeski Stadium, Reading UK
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