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Why does my design fail EMC ? & How to fix it!

 

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IEEE Southeastern Michigan: Chapter VIII (EMC)

Southeastern Michigan IEEE EMC Chapter technical meeting.

Pizza Sponsor: EMSCAN
Location:
Building: U of M Dearborn
Room Number: Posted on Video Monitors Room 126
Fairlane Center North
19000 Hubbard Drive
Dearborn,  Michigan
United States 48124
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Date: 19-July-2012
Time: 05:30PM to 08:30PM (3.00 hours) All times are: US/Michigan

 
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No Admission Charge.

Registration Closed

Speaker:

Jerry Meyerhoff of JDM LABS LLC

Topic: Why does my design fail EMC ? & How to fix it!

Overall EMC principles are introduced - 4 quadrants of mechanisms 3 elements of the actors 4 types of coupling Case studies drawn from 6 designs are used to demonstrate the underlying EMC physics across the 4 quadrants for causes and cures. Analysis, measurement and creativity methods are highlighted. Narratives also present soft skills of teamwork & consulting persuasion. Solutions are generalized for applicability to multiple future designs.

Biography: Our Speaker: Jerry Meyerhoff, EMC Consultant, JDM Labs, received his BSEE from University or Illinois (Chicago) and post-graduate studies at IIT. Previously Staff Engineer with Motorola Communications Division and Distinguished Member of the Technical Staff of the Motorola Automotive Business, then Distinguished Member of the Technical Staff, EMC Engineer, ElectroMagnetic Compatibility specialist, with Continental Automotive Systems. IEEE/EMC Distinguished Lecturer, Secretary of the Chicago IEEE/EMC chapter, Programs Chair of the UIC Engineering Alumni Association (EAA) , UIC Constituent Leadership Award, Six US Patents, Amateur operator WA9FIY.
http://www.linkedin.com/in/jerrymeyerhoff 

Email: jerrymeyerhoff@ieee.org

Address: Chicago, Illinois, United States


Meeting Agenda:

5:30 Pizza and Refreshments

6:00 Technical Presentation

7:30 Questions and answers


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