Today, the electrical and electronic products sold in the international market should have the declaration of compliance with Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC), certied by the manufacturer or the importer. For example, within the member countries of European Union (EU), it is a legal binding on them that the products are manufactured or marketed with CE mark, meeting EMC Directive/EN Standards. This requirement is imposed by the regulating bodies such as European Commission (EC) on almost all kinds of electronic products used in domestic, commercial, industrial, automobile and medical sectors. aimed mainly at safeguarding the interest of the end users, besides allowing free ow of goods within EU. These EMC norms have world-wide acceptance and most of the developed countries follow it. It indicates the growing concern and importance of EMC at all levels.

The basic reason for such restriction is that, the electronic equipment and systems, while in operation, generate unwanted electromagnetic emission as by-product and may interfere with each other, causing operational upsets and hardware failures. This phenomenon is called Electromagnetic Interference (EMI), a kind of pollution disturbing the electromagnetic spectrum, the problems of which are not limited to radio and communication services alone. Apart from the emission problems, electronic equipment of all kinds are susceptible to malfunctions caused by external disturbances, particularly those equipment using plastic cases and microprocessors.

EMC is no more a ‘Black Magic’ as it was known earlier. The modern EMC technology and engineering practices are well established to ensure that, by proper design, products can be made to meet EMC compliance requirements with minimum cost and time. It implies that the awareness of EMC should reach to everyone involved in product design, development, testing and marketing. Realizing the importance of EMC, this one-day workshop is aimed at addressing the key topics of EMC, in brief, to the participating engineers, team leaders, corporate managers and system installers. The topics include Fundamental Principle of EMC, Standards and Measurement, EMI Control Techniques and Product Design with EMC.
Program Agenda
The two-day EMC workshop broadly covers the following essential topics in detail

DAY 1
Fundamentals of EMI/EMC
EMC Standards - an introduction to Basic, Generic & Product family standards
EMC Directive & CE marking
EMI/EMC Test and measurements
EMI Control techniques I (Grounding, Cabling & Filtering)

DAY 2
EMI Control techniques II (Shielding, Transient suppression & ESD Control)
EMC by Design
  - Design approach (System and equipment level)
  - Circuit design, PCB layout & stack-up
  - Emission control (Digital & analog system)
  - Susceptibility control (Digital & analog system)

When you complete this workshop you will be;
Able to understand what is EMI & EMC
Able to recognize how EMI & EMC requirements are identied
Able to know the various international standards on EMI & EMC
Able to get an overview of the tests & test methodologies
Able to understand methods to design products for compliance with EMI & EMC requirements

Please send your E-mail confirmations to:
Akshatha.V at E: Akshata.V@ul.com / M:91.9686202323

Faculty
R. Ganesan is a graduate in Electronics and Communication Engineering (ECE) from Anna University, Chennai. He joined Army EMI Study Cell Project in 1981 and served till 1988. During this tenure, as a team member, he was responsible for the installation and commissioning of EMC Test facility and automation of EMI measurement.

He joined SAMEER - Centre for Electromagnetics, Chennai, an autonomous R&D Institution of DIT, Ministry of Communication and Information Technology, Govt. of India in 1988 and retired from service as Senior Scientist in April 2007. He was responsible for the establishment of EMC calibration lab in SAMEER. With more than 20 years’ experience in EMC Test and Design consultancy, Ganesh has designed and developed EMC test facilities as per international EMC Standards. He has published many technical papers on EMC in national and international conferences. Presently, as Consultant, he oers design consultancy to industries in the area of lightning and surge protection. He is a life member of Society of EMC Engineers (India), SEMCE (I).

General Information

fee per participant
Rs. 11,250/- + 1,391/- (Service Tax) = Rs.12,641/-

(Fee is net and exclusive of all taxes fee includes luncheons, refreshment and complete set of documentation.it does not include the cost of accommodation and tavel)

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