We are pleased to invite you to “EMC Open House at EMT Labs,” an event which will take place on 2/23 Thursday and 2/24 Friday from 10:00 am to 4:00 pm at EMT Labs. The open house is free to attend and lunch will be provided to lunch workshop participants.
We are honored to have Stuart Nicol with Aprel as our guest speaker. He will be presenting “Test Applications Using an Automated Near Field Detection System”. In addition APREL will demonstrate the features and functions of EM-ISight-2 automated near field scanning system which will operate from 10kHz to 20GHz. The demonstrations will be made using applications relevant to research, test, measurement and design optimization. EM-ISight-2 will incorporate the latest version of Tektronix RSA6120A real time spectrum analyzer where a complete demonstration of unique features included in the APRELEM-ISight software package will be shown. We will also have David Huynh with Tektronix present “EMI Diagnostics:Using Real-time Signal Analysis Technology” and Yoshi Fukawa with TechDream on “EMI Reduction Methodology using EMIStream”.
“1. Test Applications Using an Automated Near Field Detection System”
EM-ISight is a near-field EMC scanning system that can be used as an alternative for costly pre-compliance chambers and for de-bugging assemblies for noise sources. This webinar will cover some of the test applications which EM-ISight has been used and shown success in solving noise / emissions on complex electronic assemblies. Introduction to IEC-61967 and the application of EM-ISight and using EM-ISight to conduct de-sense testing for cellular and AGPS modes of operation shall be presented.
Stuart Nicol has worked within the field of high technology/telecommunications for over 16 years both in Europe and North America. He has been the lead in all major automated system development programs at APREL including SAR (Specific Absorption Rate). HAC (Hearing Aid Compatibility) and EM-ISight (near field scanning). He has held many positions within the international standards development committees and is the current chairman for the Canadian delegation of IEC TC-106, he received his degree in the United Kingdom (electronic and manufacturing engineering) and is the CEO of APREL.
“2. EMI Diagnostics:Using Real-time Signal Analysis Technology”
Electromagnetic emissions and interference (EMI) are by their very nature unwanted, semi-random, and often are detected at the most inopportune time. Traditional swept spectrum analyzers require narrow resolution bandwidth settings in order to detect the lowest level signals emitted by a device under test. When swept across wide frequency ranges to perform emission measurements, swept spectrum analyzers not only take many minutes, but they also might not display random occurrences that appear within the spectrum if the analyzer “missed” the moment at which the random signal appeared. Tektronix’s patented DPX technology allows engineers to see signals within signals and capture live RF the moment signals appear. Revolutionary Tektronix Real Time Spectrum Analyzer (RSA) technology also makes low level emissions and spurious measurements up to 10x faster than traditional swept spectrum analyzers, which makes the RSA an ideal diagnostic tool to capture, trigger, and analyze sources of unwanted EMI.
David Huynh has worked in the Wireless Communication space since 2005. His past roles entailed Field Applications and Product Marketing Engineering at Agilent Technologies. He is currently a Business Development Manager with Tektronix. David received his BSEE and MSEE from the University of California, San Diego and Stanford University respectively. He also recently obtained his MBA from the Harvard Business School.
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*Pre-registration is required to attend the seminar
|Guest Speakers:||Stuart Nicol (Aprel), David Huynh (Tektronix)|
|Date:||February 23-24, 2012|
|Open House:||10:00am – 4:00pm|
|Lunch Workshop:||11:30am – 1:00pm|
|Venue:||EMT Labs: 1547 Plymouth Street Mountain View, CA 94043 | Map|
|10:00am – 11:30am||Open House|
|11:30am – 11:40am||“EMT Labs Introduction: Services and Capabilities”|
|11:40am – 12:25pm||“Test Application Using an Automated Near Field Detection System” by Stuart Nicole|
|12:25pm – 12:45pm||“EMI Diagnostics:Using Real-time Signal Analysis Technology” by David Huynh|
|12:45pm – 1:15pm||“EMI Reduction Methodology using EMIStream” by Yoshi Fukawa|
|1:15pm – 4:00pm||Open House|