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EMI Troubleshooting Cookbook for Product Designers

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Author(s): Patrick G. André 1  and  Kenneth Wyatt 2
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Publication Year: 2014

EMI Troubleshooting Cookbook for Product Designers provides the 'recipe' for identifying why products fail to meet EMI/EMC regulatory standards. It also outlines techniques for tracking the noise source, and discovering the coupling mechanism, that is causing the undesired effects. This title gives examples of simple, easilyimplemented, and inexpensive troubleshooting tools that can be built by the engineer or technician, and uses methods that require only a basic understanding of electromagnetic theory and a minimal background in EMI/EMC. It will show the engineer and technician how to develop a process for troubleshooting using a straightforward approach in solving what may seem like a rather complicated problem at first. It will provide guidelines on how to approach an EMI failure, things to try, how to choose the right parts and balance cost, performance, and schedule. This book tells readers trying to solve EMI problems what to do and how to do it.

Inspec keywords: electromagnetic interference; product design; electromagnetic field theory; electromagnetic compatibility

Other keywords: product designers; EMI measurements; diagnostic tool; EMI troubleshooting cookbook; EMI failure; electromagnetic theory; EMC theory; EMI-EMC

Subjects: Electric and magnetic fields; General electrical engineering topics; Electromagnetic compatibility and interference

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