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ELECTROMAGNETIC COMPATIBILITY WEBINAR SERIES

IMPORTANCE AND NEED FOR EMI STANDARDS FOR MOBILITY:
PART 1 OF 4 - NOISE SOURCES IN EV

Thursday, 19 May 2022  |  10:00 AM EDT | 14:00 UTC | 19:30 IST

 
 

The IEEE Electromagnetic Compatibility Society (EMCs) and IEEE Standards Association are hosting a series of webinars to create awareness of some of the trending topics related to reducing electromagnetic interference in areas such as automotive technologies, consumer electronics, wireless communications, and 5G. Registering for the webinar series gives you access to previous and upcoming webinars.

UPCOMING WEBINAR

EMI STANDARDS FOR MOBILITY: PART 1 OF 4
NOISE SOURCES IN EV

Thursday, 19 May 2022
10:00 AM EDT | 14:00 UTC | 19:30 IST

With Electric Vehicles (EV) becoming more common, the electromagnetic noise they generate is an issue that more designers must face. Karen Burnham, Principal Scientist at Electro Magnetic Applications, brings lessons learned from years of troubleshooting electric vehicles, both hybrid and plug-in, to discuss some of the most important EV noise factors.

SPEAKER

Karen Burnham

Principal Scientist

Electro Magnetic Applications

Denver, CO, USA

 

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EMC Design and Test Challenges in Telecom Equipment

The first webinar in this series reviews how the data transmission speeds of telecommunication/networking equipment, its copper and optical I/O interface densities, and its system power requirements continue to increase. Each of these attributes presents its own sets of Electromagnetic Compatability (EMC) challenges, in both design and test for immunity and emissions. This presentation provides an overview of each of these challenges and how they are being mitigated. The talk covers design and verification methodologies at a component level (e.g. power supply, Integrated Connector Module (ICM) and/or Optical Module) as well as the system level.

SPEAKER

Dr. Alpesh U. Bhobe

Director of Hardware Engineering

CISCO Systems

San Jose, CA, USA

 
 

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