20. - 22.02.2018
Düsseldorf
EMV 2018
Internationale Fachmesse und Kongress für Elektromagnetische Verträglichkeit

 
 
 

Workshop 1

What Electronic Designers Want to Know: Mastering the Details of EMI Suppression Ferrites

Termin

Mittwoch, 21.02.2018, 09:00 - 12:00 Uhr

Beschreibung

09:00 What Electronic Designers Want to Know: Mastering the Details of EMI Suppression Ferrites
M.Sc. Lee Hill, SILENT Solutions LLC, Amherst, USA
This workshop will provide attendees with practical knowledge that will help them better understand EMI suppression ferrite datasheets and create more successful EMI filter designs. Practical application examples, hardware demonstrations, and "myth busting" will ensure that attendees learn while enjoying this fun presentation.
This unique and dynamic presentation will include many live demonstrations of EMI suppression ferrites using a spectrum analyser, network analyser, and a high frequency current probe. The presentor will allow and encourage questions from attendees throughout the workshop.
This workshop will discuss the following topics:
Loss
Equivalent circuits
SPICE models
Impedance versus frequency
Impedance versus frequency versus bias
Common-mode versus differential mode components and comparative performance
The workshop presenter has over 25 years of experience in EMI troubleshooting and EMC course instruction, including specific applications engineering experience with EMI suppression ferrites.

Referenten

Mr. Lee Hill
M.Sc. Lee Hill
SILENT Solutions LLC, Amherst, USA
Lee Hill is Founding Partner of SILENT Solutions LLC, an EMC consulting firm he started in Silicon Valley in 1992, and Managing Director of Silent Solutions GmbH. Lee received his MSEE with from the Missouri University of Science & Technology EMC Laboratory. Lee teaches graduate EMC at Worcester Polytechnic Institute, and is also an EMC course instructor for University of Oxford (England. Lee is the named inventor of three US patents for EMI control. Lee chairs the IEEE EMC Symposium's annual Fundamental's program. Lee was an IEEE EMC Society Distinguished Lecturer (1994-96).


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