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Seminar: Electromagnetic Compatibility Design & Troubleshooting

in partnership with Wurth Electronics Midcom

Date: July 19, 2012
Time: 8:45 am - 3:30 pm
Cost: Free
Location: Hilton Newark/Fremont, California >> Directions

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Agenda
8:45 – Registration

9:10 – Fundamental Concepts of EMC Issues and Magnetic Components 
Hebberly Ahatlan, Wurth Electronics Midcom

  • What causes the EMC issues
  • How are magnetic components able to eliminate EMC issues while not affecting the signal

10:30 – Break

10:45 – How to Select the Proper Components to Prevent or Eliminate EMC Issues 
Hebberly Ahatlan, Wurth Electronics Midcom

  • How to take a known or predicted EMC issue and quickly find the right type of component to eliminate it

12:00 – Lunch

1:00 – Live Demonstration of the Effects of Ferrites and Common Mode Chokes 
Hebberly Ahatlan, Wurth Electronics Midcom

  • Using a Signal Generator and Spectrum analyzer a brief demonstration of concepts discussed will be presented

2:00 – Last Minute EMI Solutions 
Tony  Permsombut, MET Laboratories 

    1)  Radiated Emissions
        - Why does product fail radiated emissions test?
        - Last minute fixes
    2)  Conducted Emissions power port
        - Why does product fail conducted emissions test?
        - Last minute fixes
    3)  ESD
        - How does ESD affect your product?
        - Last minute fixes
    4)  Radiated Immunity
        - How does radiated immunity affect your product?
        - Last minute fixes
    5)  Conducted Immunity
        - How does conducted immunity affect your product?
        - Last minute fixes
    6)  Electrical Fast Transient (EFT)
        - How does EFT affect your product?
        - Last minute fixes
    7)  Surge
        - How does surge affect your product?
        - Last minute fixes

3:30 – End

The seminars & food are complimentary, but registration is required.

About the presenters:

Hebberly Ahatlan, a field applications engineer for Wurth Electronics Midcom, has over five years of background in both analog IC and digital system product development, and has successfully solved a wide variety of EMI and EMC issues. He will introduce you to the world of EMC and will share his experience on how to fix conductive and radiated noise issues. His approach is well suited for both beginner engineers and veterans of the industry who want to reduce time debugging boards and get products to market on time.

Tony Permsombut, has a BS in Electrical Engineering from Capitol College, MD in 1998 and after his graduation joined the EMC department at MET Laboratories as EMC test engineer. He was promoted to EMC lab manager in 2005, EMC/Telecom lab manager in 2011 and currently is serving as EMC/Telecom lab manager for MET Union City. Tony was involved in building and developing the EMC Laboratory for MET Union City (1999) and MET Santa Clara (2008). With his extensive experience and knowledge in NEBS and EMC area, Tony is a designated MET auditor travelling to China and Taiwan to certify MET partner laboratories in Asia-Pacific region as well as distinguished trainer for West Coast EMC department.

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