Electromagnetic Interference (EMI) measures the interference or noise level that an electronic device generates and emits through its power wires (conducted EMI) or through radiated electromagnetic waves (radiated EMI). During the first half of the 20th century, the main sources of disturbance were machine motors and switching devices, but with the fast growth of semiconductor devices and power systems, noise levels increased significantly.
Jordi Salvadó, Engineering Manager at Premium PSU, offers a wide perspective about this topic to clarify why advanced design techniques are now most needed than ever.
- Know in deep the elements that determine an EMI problem and its main consequences.
- Discover the most important elements, techniques and requirements to reduce the emissions.
- Gain perspective about the most advanced designed techniques that are shaping the future.
- Explore how we are taking action developing with high tech devices that complies strictly with the regulation.