Simple ideas to make EMI issues a thing of the past
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Often occurring late in the design process, EMI issues are the culprit for late stage cost over runs and project delays. Learn how to sidestep the pitfalls of EMI issues and pass the certification the first time through.
Date: December 6, 2016
Register for “Simple Ideas to Make EMI Issues a Thing of the Past”
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 the first time by following a series of basic steps. These ensure the causes of EMI are addressed effectively and radiated or conducted emissions are minimized.
What you’ll learn:
- 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
Who Should Attend?
This webinar will help power engineers at all levels manage EMI, a critical part of power system design, more effectively. The simple steps will provide a valuable framework for less experienced engineers, while experienced power developers will learn how take a simpler and more efficient approach to dealing with EMI.
There is no charge to attend, but you must register in advance. If you are unable to attend, please do sign up anyway, and we will send you details of how to access the recording of the presentation when it is available.
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About Vicor Corporation
Vicor Corporation designs, develops, manufactures and markets modular power components and complete power systems based upon a portfolio of patented technologies. Headquartered in Andover, Massachusetts, Vicor sells its products to the power systems market, including enterprise and high performance computing, industrial equipment and automation, telecommunications and network infrastructure, vehicles and transportation, aerospace and defense. www.vicorpower.com
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Vicor’s Power Component Design Methodology enables power system designers to reap all of the benefits of modular power component design – predictable component and system functionality and reliability, fast design cycles, and easy system configurability, re-configurability and scaling – while achieving system operating efficiency, power density and economy that rival the best alternative solutions. Utilizing Vicor’s Power System Designer, engineers can select from an extensive portfolio of proven Vicor power components to architect, optimize and simulate their complete power system, all the way from their input sources to their points of load. This innovative approach to power system design delivers fast time-to-market and state-of-the-art performance while minimizing the possibility of last minute surprises and delays that so often occur with conventional or custom design methodologies.
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