Web Seminar

Practical Design Considerations & Solutions for the Reduction of Conducted EMI 
& Filter Size in Power Systems (EMI Part 2)

Presenter: Chris Swartz, Principal Application Engineer


With the ever increasing density of modern electronic systems, the available PCB space for power supplies and EMI filters is rapidly shrinking. This reality puts increased pressure on the system designer to achieve the maximum filtering efficiency in terms of attenuation, size and power density.
This webinar will explain how various methods of filtering affect the development of a compact, low-noise power supply system with higher efficiency. At the end of the session participants will understand:
  The traditional approach to EMI reduction using passive filtering
  Input filter instability
  The problems with passive filtering
  The benefits of using an active filter
  How to avoid common filtering problems, particularly layout issues
  Troubleshooting techniques
This webinar is the second in a two-part series about EMI. If you haven't already done so, you can also register for the rebroadcast version of the first webinar:
The Causes and Impact of EMI in Power Systems (EMI Part 1) >
Who should attend?
This webinar is ideal for anyone responsible for developing power systems or designing with AC-DC or DC-DC converters, as well as engineers responsible for achieving EMI certifications. The webinar assumes only basic power supply knowledge and is suitable for all levels of expertise and experience.


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