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Effective EMI Debugging with Oscilloscopes

EMI debugging including localizing intermittent failures can be frustrating without an appropriate strategy. Discover in this webinar the fundamentals of practical EMI/EMC design and troubleshooting of electronic circuits, using state-of-the-art scopes to analyze your signals in both the time and frequency domains. The use of voltage, current, and near-field probes, LISN, and antennas, will be reviewed combined withsome tips for best practice with the latest generation of oscilloscopes. A practical demo using a DC/DC converter and digital electronics will be used to demonstrate the power of these techniques.




Originally presented: November 30, 2021
Duration: 1 hour
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Overview

EMI debugging including localizing intermittent failures can be frustrating without an appropriate strategy. Discover in this webinar the fundamentals of practical EMI/EMC design and troubleshooting of electronic circuits, using state-of-the-art scopes to analyze your signals in both the time and frequency domains. The use of voltage, current, and near-field probes, LISN, and antennas, will be reviewed combined withsome tips for best practice with the latest generation of oscilloscopes. A practical demo using a DC/DC converter and digital electronics will be used to demonstrate the power of these techniques.

Key Takeaways

  • Discover effective EMI debugging with oscilloscopes
  • Learn more about EMI measurements and debugging
  • See how to use oscilloscopes

Speaker

Prof. Arturo Mediano, Founder of The HF-Magic Lab, Rohde & Schwarz

Professor Arturo Mediano is the founder of The HF-Magic LabĀ®, a specialized laboratory for design, diagnostic, troubleshooting, and training in the EMI/EMC, Signal Integrity, and RF fields at I3A (University of Zaragoza). He received his M.Sc. (1990) and his Ph. D. (1997) in Electrical Engineering from the University of Zaragoza (Spain), where he has held a teaching professorship in EMI/EMC/RF/SI since 1992. For more than 30 years Arturo has been involved in R&D projects with many companies in the EMI/EMC, Signal Integrity and RF fields for communications, industry, medical, and scientific applications. He regularly shares his knowledge and expertise with students and engineers in teaching courses and seminars