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(OP)
Are there any helpful study guides available to learn more about EMC? (Maybe a video or something?)

RE: EMC Training

Yes, there are several good videos and literature.  Let me know your address, and I will send you my copy.

Dave

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(OP)
Dear Shlilder,

Thank you for the response. Below is my contact information. Should you ever need any connector information, I would be happy to return the favor....Bill B.

Bill Bernhart
Tyco Electronics - AMP
MS 128-070
3101 Fulling Mill Road
Middletown, PA 17057-3164
717-986-3040

William H. Bernhart, P.E.


I work as a development engineer for AMP - Tyco Electronics located near Harrisburg, PA. I help design interconnections and electrical connectors for aerospace applications.

RE: EMC Training

Hi.  What were the titles shilder suggested?  Were they helpful from a mechanical perspective?  Thanks for you help.

RE: EMC Training

(OP)
Hello There,

Unfortunately, Dave Shlilder never responded back to me once I gave him my address. I tried twice but I never heard from him regarding any EMC videos, etc.

However, there are many useful texts on EMC related topics. The book I would recomend is "Noise Reduction Techniques in Electronic Systems" from Henry Ott, (Wiley). Also, companies such as Instrument Speciaties and Omega have good web sites.

I am dissapointed that no additional posts have been placed on the EMC forum but in time maybe the subject will catch on. Give me a call should you have specific questions.....

William H. Bernhart, P.E.
 
 
I work as a development engineer for AMP - Tyco Electronics located near Harrisburg, PA. I help design interconnections and electrical connectors for aerospace applications.

RE: EMC Training

While MIL-STD-464 might be a bit afield for your specific application, it contains lots of information regarding the rationale for the military EMI requirements.

The standard can be downloaded from online Assist repository:
http://assist2.daps.dla.mil/quicksearch/

TTFN

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