One of the major challenges for RF Engineers in
today’s world is to minimize the
electromagnetic interference (EMI) within
circuits and systems due to increasing usage of
high speed and high frequency devices. The
electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) is mainly
a technique to deal with such types of situations,
where the main emphasis is to propose an
optimum design in order to minimize the
electromagnetic coupling and interference. The
main objective of this one-week course is to
provide the participants an insight into various
techniques and procedures required for the
design of electronic systems, which are in
compliance with the EMC guidelines. The
course would provide a brief outline of EMC
guidelines prevalent in various geographical
regions, and imposed by a number of agencies
including the Bureau of Indian Standards (BIS).
The concept of effective shielding using modern
procedures involving the use of frequency
selective surfaces (FSS) structures and light
weight nanocomposites would be explained.
The participants would be exposed to the state
of the art modeling and simulation software
currently being used for EMI/EMC applications.
Finally, it would be tried to provide a
demonstration of experimental setups used for
Intended Participants (Who will be benefited)
The course is designed for people from
academia, R&D institutes and industry working
in the field of RF, microwaves and high
frequency digital electronics which requires
design of EMI/EMC compatible circuits and
systems. The course is equally suited for
professionals and graduate students desirous of
working in the challenging EMI/EMC field.
Faculty members and students from the streams of Electronics & Communication
Engineering, Instrumentation, and Electrical Engineering are encouraged to join
the workshop to gain an insight towards challenging practical aspects of
electromagnetic exposure/interference and associated techniques to minimize it.