IEEE EMC Chapter Meeting, 21 January 2015

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Central-Texas Chapter of the IEEE Electromagnetic Compatibility Society

The Cen-Tex Chapter of the IEEE EMC Society will meet as follows:

Date/Time: Wednesday, January 21, 2015, 6:30-7:00PM social/food, 7:00-9:00pm program

Location: National Instruments, Building C, 11500 N. Mopac Expwy, Austin, TX, 78759

Refreshments: Food and drinks will be provided.

Reservations: Not necessary. See the EMC Society Chapter web site at http://sites.ieee.org/ctx-emcs/ for more information and directions. This meeting is open to the public.



  Date and Time

  Location

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  • 11500 North Mopac Expwy
  • Austin, Texas
  • United States 78759
  • Building: National Instruments, Building C
  • Room Number: 1S15

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  • For meeting information, contact Ross Carlton at ross.carlton@ieee.org or 512-683-6392.



  Speakers

Jim Drewniak
Jim Drewniak of Missouri University of Science & Technology

Topic:

Managing intentional currents and anticipating un-intentional currents for EMI design

The signals and logic levels in analog and digital electronics are based on voltages, and a typical university education in circuits, electronics, and digital design is very on voltage-centric. However, the parasitics that limit the performance of a design in practical applications are most easily understood, characterized, and an equivalent circuit model and topology developed from an understanding of the specific signal current path. Similarly for un-intentional current paths that comprise the EMI coupling path and lead to radiation provide a systematic approach for understanding, diagnosing, and mitigating EMI problems. This presentation will detail a methodical approach for identifying current paths – intentional and un-intentional – and detail a means of developing equivalent circuit models for parasitics in signal paths, as well as EMI coupling path models for un-intended current paths, together with example case studies.

Email:

Address:114 Emerson Electric Co. Hall, Missouri University of Science and Technology, Rolla, Missouri, United States, 65409

Jim Drewniak of Missouri University of Science & Technology

Topic:

Managing intentional currents and anticipating un-intentional currents for EMI design

Biography:

Email:

Address:Rolla, Missouri, United States





Agenda

6:30pm - Social/food
7:00pm - Chapter Meeting
7:20pm - Technical Presentation
8:20pm - Wrap-up
8:30pm - Meeting ends