EMI issues can be difficult to solve, and often are only discovered late in the development process, making them expensive and time-consuming.
This webinar helps engineers ensure their systems pass EMI certification first time by following a series of basic steps.
These ensure the causes of EMI are addressed effectively and any radiated or conducted emissions are minimized..
This webinar covers:
The causes of EMI issues in power systems
The impact of the switching topology
Principles of controlling conducted (CE) and radiated emissions (RE)
A checklist to ensure you address EMI during the design process
David Bourner-Senior Applications Engineer
David Bourner has worked in field applications for Vicor for just over five years. This involves supporting customers across all the products in Vicor's portfolio. He has experience of a diverse range of electronics in his career, from precision analog and mixed mode circuits to VHF and microwave circuits and systems.
About Vicor Power
Vicor Corporation designs, manufactures and markets innovative, high performance modular power components, from bricks to semiconductor-centric solutions, to enable customers to efficiently convert and manage power from the wall plug to the point-of-load. Complementing an extensive portfolio of patented innovations in power conversion and power distribution with significant application development expertise, Vicor offers comprehensive product lines addressing a broad range of power conversion and management requirements across all power distribution architectures, including CPA, DPA, IBA, FPA and CBA. Vicor focuses on solutions for performance-critical applications in the following markets: enterprise and high performance computing, telecommunications and network infrastructure, industrial equipment and automation, vehicles and transportation and aerospace and defense electronics.
To learn more, please visit: http://www.vicorpower.com .
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