Low-cost, quick, bench top EMC Testing using near-field probes
This course demonstrates how, when combined with a cheap Spectrum Analyzer, we can use low cost or even home-made near field probe to quickly find problem areas that Radiated/Immunity tests in a Lab simply cannot.This course is designed to help engineers involved with the design, test and approval of PCBs and the equipment and assemblies in which they are used, to learn more about Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) and the issues which affect it. The course is very practical and designed for those who are familiar with electronic 'bench work' and provides a hands on approach to solving Radiated Emissions problems.
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Our instructors are highly experienced professionals and recognized authorities in the technical world.
You will receive a course certificate upon completing coursework and finishing the course.
Our instructors share their knowledge and experience with you to make your learning process easier.
What you will learn in this course
Introduction to near-field probes and their proper usage. Discovering the differences between making and buying these probes. Understanding the nuances of traditional and real-time spectrum analyzers. Gaining insights on employing near-field probes to assess emissions and prevent overloads.
RF Current Probes
Learning about RF current monitor probes, including how to make and purchase them. Understanding the proper usage of these probes and exploring their application in predicting radiated emissions test results.
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Online video access for 12 weeks for 1 person
Every online access can be extended for free for 1 month
All lessons available immediately
Certificate (after completing activities) for 1 person
100% money-back guarantee (up to 30 days from order)
Keith has dedicated his career to solving real-life interference problems in high-tech products and systems across various industries. Graduating with a B.Sc (Hons.) in Electrical Engineering from Imperial College London in 1972, he specialized in analogue circuit design and electromagnetic field theory, earning Upper Second Class Honours (Cum Laude).
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How long is this course?
The Low-cost, quick, bench top EMC Testing using near-field probes course consists of 2 lessons. The total length of the course is approximately 1 hour.
What do I need to take this course?
There are no specific requirements for the Low-cost, quick, bench top EMC Testing using near-field probes course, although it may be helpful for you to be able to download and print the lessons in addition to viewing the training videos.