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CST – Computer Simulation Technology

EMC Simulation in the Design Flow of Modern Electronics

 

In the design process of modern electronics, every product development starts with a schematic and ends with the physical implementation of the device, typically done in copper. Along the way to converting the schematic into a real existing layout however, the designer can fall into numerous possible pitfalls in terms of the EMC performance.

In this eSeminar we will show several examples of EMC countermeasures in modern electronics and good practices for implementing them, as well as highlighting some common mistakes. We will also demonstrate how simulation can predict the EMC performance of typical components like PCBs, enclosures and cables, and compare the simulation results to measurements performed on physical implementations of the structures.

Presenter

  • Andreas Barchanski
  • Andreas Barchanski received an MSc in physics in 2003 and a PhD in numerical EM in 2007 from the Technical University Darmstadt. He has joined CST’s HQ in Darmstadt in 2007 as an application engineer. Since 2012 he is Market Development Manager for EMC. Besides EMC, his main interest lies in simulation of various electronic systems ranging from high speed digital to power electronics. He has authored over 50 scientific papers, journal articles and presentations on numerical EM and its application.

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