All systems that generate or consume electrical energy can produce electromagnetic noise that may interfere with the operation of the system itself and/or other systems. Electromagnetic interference (EMI) is a potential threat to the present day electronic devices. The course shows the students how the principles of electricity and magnetism can be applied to design electrical and electronic systems that can co-exist harmoniously, that is, to design systems that are electromagnetically compatible with each other. The students will learn how electromagnetic disturbances are generated in systems, how they couple to other systems, and how systems can be protected.
PREREQUISITES: Basic circuit analysis, basic electromagnetic field theory
Week 1 : Introduction to EMC - Relevant concepts from electromagnetic field theory
Week 2 : Non-ideal or high-frequency behavior of components
Week 3 : Crosstalk or near-field coupling
Week 4 : EM topology & grounding
Week 5 : EM Shielding
Week 6 : Surge protection and filters
Week 7 : Problem of Intentional electromagnetic interference, Lightning protection
Week 8 : EMC measurements and Standards
(The course also include some lab work which will be shown as demonstrations).
Prof. Daniel Månsson,
Prof. Rajeev Thottappillil