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Electromagnetic Compatibility Engineering

Syllabus:

- Introduction to EMC

- Natural and Nuclear Sources of EMI

- EMI from Apparatus and Circuits

- Open-Area Test Sites

- Radiated Interference Measurements

- Conducted Interference Measurements

- Pulsed Interference Immunity

- EMC Standards

- Grounding, Shielding, and Bonding

- Balancing and Filtering

- Cables, Connectors, and Components

- Electrostatic Discharge

- Signal Integrity

- Frequency Assignment and Spectrum Conservation

- EMC Computer Modeling and Simulation

 

References:

- Engineering Electronic Compatibility: Principles, Measurements and Technologies, and Computer Models, V. P. Kodali, 2001, 2nd Ed., IEEE Press

- Introduction to Electromagnetic Compatibility, C. R. Paul, 2006, 2nd Ed., John Wiley & Sons

- EMC for Product Designers, T. Williams, 2007, 4th Ed., Newnes

- Noise Reduction Techniques in Electronic Systems, H. W. Ott, 1988, 2nd Ed., John Wiley & Sons

- Electromagnetic Compatibility Engineering, H. W. Ott, 2009, Rev. Ed., John Wiley & Sons

- Applied Electromagnetics and Electromagnetic Compatibility, D. L. Sengupta, and V. V. Liepa, 2006, John Wiley & Sons

- Electromagnetic Compatibility of Integrated Circuits, Techniques for Low Emission and Susceptibility, S. Ben Dhia, M. Ramdani, and E. Sicard, 2006, Springer

- Principles and Techniques of Electromagnetic Compatibility, C. Christopoulos, 2007, 2nd Ed., CRC Press

Prerequisites: 

- Electromagnetic Fields and Waves

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