Electromagnetic Compatibility Pocket Guide: Key EMC Facts, Equations and Data
Kenneth Wyatt, Randy J. Jost
Publisher: SciTech Publishing © 2013
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Every electric product designed and manufactured worldwide must meet electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) regulations, and yet, EMC compliance staff levels have been cut to the bone in companies large and small. If you are a working engineer or technician, the Electromagnetic Compatibility Pocket Guide is the first place to look while designing for EMC and your guide to thwarting electromagnetic interference.
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Electronic equipment designers, electronic system designers, printed circuit board designers, electrical equipment designers, power distribution engineers, communication equipment designers, project managers, EMC consultants, and students/lecturers/researchers in electrical engineering.
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About the Author / Editor
Frequency vs. Wavelength
Commonly Used Equations
* EMC Magazines
* EMC Organizations
* EMC Standards Organizations
* LinkedIn Groups
* Common Symbols
* EMC Acronyms
Kenneth Wyatt holds degrees in biology and electronic engineering and worked as a product development engineer for 10 years at various aerospace firms ranging from DC-DC power converters to RF and microwave systems for shipboard and space systems. He worked for over 20 years as an EMC engineer for Hewlett-Packard and Agilent Technologies in Colorado Springs. He is currently an independent consultant with Wyatt Technical Services. A prolific author and presenter, he has generated extensive content on: design of comb generators; DIY near-field and current probes; and the EMC design of products. He has been published in magazines such as: Interference Technology, Test and Measurement World, Electronic Design, China’s EMC & Safety Journal, In Compliance, Microwave Journal and HP Journal. He currently authors The EMC Blog for Test & Measurement World.
Randy J. Jost received his BSEE, MSEE, and PhD in electrical engineering from the University of Missouri-Columbia. He was commissioned a Second Lieutenant in the US Air Force in 1982 and was an instructor at the Air Force Institute of Technology from 1984-1988. Upon leaving AFIT, he worked for the Air Force Research Laboratory at Wright-Patterson AFB until 1991. From 1991 to 1996, he worked as a Program Manager for SRI, International in Rosslyn, Virginia. During this period, he also served as an IPA for the Office of the Secretary of the Air Force for two years. In 1996, he took a position as the Technical Director/Director of Engineering for Johnson Controls, at the National RCS Test Facility through 2000. In 2001 he joined Utah State University and was an assistant professor in the Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering through 2005. In 2006 he became a Senior Scientist with the Space Dynamics Laboratory at USU until 2011. In 2011 he joined Ball Aerospace and Technologies Incorporated, as a Staff Consultant in RF & Microwave Engineering. His areas of research interests include radar and microwave engineering, remote sensing, electromagnetic compatibility, computational electromagnetics, and electromagnetic measurement range characterization. Dr. Jost is a Senior Member of the Antenna Measurement Techniques Association, where he served a term on the Board of Directors. He is also a member of the Association of Old Crows, SPIE and ITEA. He has served a term on the Board of Directors of the Electromagnetic Compatibility Society and is active in the EMC Society and AES Society, serving on several committees and reviewing papers for both groups.