The Advanced EMC Course covers the Advanced techniques generally needed in 2023 for high-speed digital circuits. The Advanced EMC Course is suitable for experienced designers who have already completed the PCB Design School's Essential EMC course.
Every two years, on average, every type of semiconductor that is available on the market goes through a die-shrink, which makes their emissions and immunity worse. This applies to older device types, like 74-series TTL and HCMOS, as well as to the latest microprocessors, FPGAs and memories, so designing with the same old parts does not protect us from this problem. So PCB design techniques must continually advance for us to design PCBs in a way that doesn’t cause Signal Integrity (SI), Power Integrity (PI) or electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) problems.
Special PCB design/layout techniques are generally needed when resonances in PCB structures are excited by the frequencies present in the analogue, digital or power supply current waveforms. Such techniques are becoming increasingly essential for all PCBs that use high-speed processing or data, and are covered in this course.
The course covers many subjects including:
Please note that the Advanced EMC Course cannot be booked on its own. In order to take part in the Advanced EMC Course, you will first need to complete the Essential EMC Course.