Let’s face it: EMC is like black magic. Even the most experienced gurus in EMC will tell you that they learn something new every day. That’s why we like to share what we know and learn from others. We hope that by presenting EMC knowledge in a practical way and conducting HW demonstrations, we can help you learn and become more aware of EMC & high-speed design issues.
We offer EMC training classes at your location, but can also provide them in a classroom setting at the Grand Valley State University EMC Center. Typical class sizes range from one up to 30 attendees and cover topics from how to design for EMC to providing overviews of standards and test setups.
Please review our traditional line-up of EMC classes below:
- EMC emissions
- EMC immunity
- EMC design for PCB Designers
- EMC design for Electrical Engineers
- EMC design for Mechanical Engineers
- EMC Specifications Overview (Tailored to the specific industry)
- EMC Troubleshooting Tips/Tricks/Tools
- EMC Problem Solving
In addition to EMC, our customers are often presented with challenges in the areas of Signal-Integrity (SI) , Power-Integrity (PI) and complying with circuit’s functional and timing requirements. We offer specialized training courses to equip our customers with the best tools and methods. Our training enables them to find solutions to technical challenges in a timely fashion.
Please review our line-up of high-speed and circuit analysis classes below:
- PCB stackup development for high speed applications
- How to get the most out of Hyperlynx to conquer SI/PI and timing analysis challenges
- Developing and managing PCB constraints in high speed designs
- CST board level & system level modeling
- Worst case circuit analysis (WCCA)
- Component Stress in PSpice and its application in Voltage Transients analysis
- Verification for simulation models(i.e. IBIS and PSpice