Diagnose and Debug PCB-Level EMC/EMI Design Problems in Seconds with Chambers on Your Desktop
Overview: Why did your product fail the compliance test in an anechoic chamber? Why didn’t you see this coming? Are you tired of spending time and money to find the components that may act as an antenna which can radiate electromagnetic energy? Do you want to pass EMC compliance tests quickly? Are you looking for fast and economical ways to design systems that generate the lowest possible EMI? Do you want to avoid large loops of signal and corresponding ground-return lines? How can you ensure that high-frequency currents do not leave the PCB? Sign up to learn how you can find, characterize, and address unintended radiators or RF leakage to pass compliance testing at an anechoic chamber during any new PCB development process.
Speaker: Ruska Patton
Ruska Patton is responsible for the evolution of EMSCAN’s real-time very-near-field measurement solutions. Having started with EMSCAN as Design Engineer and then Manager of the Design Group, Mr. Patton now leads the development of new EMSCAN solutions from concept through to successful products in market. Mr. Patton has authored academic papers, presented seminars and holds several patents related to near-field scanning.
Slides are available to download within the On Demand webinar.