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Introduction to Reverberation Chambers
This one day course covers the statistical nature of testing in reverberation chambers, the uniformity and isotropy characteristics of the electromagnetic environment in a reverberation chamber, directivity and polarization effects, chamber design issues, and correlatibility with other radiative tests.
Theory of Radiative Testing Using Reverberation Chambers
This three day course covers the statistical nature of reverberation chamber testing, typical test setups, and the characteristics of the test electromagnetic environment. Data from several operational chambers provide the basis for analyses of chamber performance. Participants work several problems including development of a test plan for a reverberation chamber immunity test.
Electromagnetic Compatibility Design Courses
EMC for Working Engineers (Basic Course)
This seminar's primary focus is to help working engineers understand the causes of EMC problems so this knowledge can be applied to real world product design immediately. Formulas and equations are not required and are minimized throughout the seminar. Understanding the causes of EMC problems will allow engineers to make difficult design trade-off decisions will be the main focus.
Advanced EMC Design Using Simulation Tools (Advanced Course)
This seminar provides a complete assessment of the various modeling techniques available today, and more importantly, provides a number of detailed examples of how-to create models for a wide variety of disciplines. Radiated emissions from printed circuit boards, cables, antennas, and other general devices are all discussed and demonstrated against real-world problems. It is extremely important that the use validate modeling/simulation results and so validation of modeling techniques and modeling codes are discussed, as well as standard modeling problems to allow engineers a more complete evaluation against potential vendor software packages. The seminar focuses heavily on practical, real-world problems, and provides the students with the ability to begin to do EMC modeling and simulation on their own. Not all simulation techniques are appropriate for every desired simulation task! Each technique will do some types of simulation very well, while not performing well for other tasks. This seminar will discuss how each technique works (without lots of math) and where each technique is optimum and where it is not advised.