Teaching Electromagnetic Compatibility to Engineering Technology Students
In recent years the operating speed of digital electronic systems has increased beyond one GHz. Challenges to the system design are electromagnetic compatibility and signal integrity issues. The electrical and computer engineering technology programs offer courses in digital and analog electronics, and communication circuits along with fundamentals of circuit analysis, signals and systems and electromagnetics. An elective course on Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) will provide students with knowledge of overcoming challenges of meeting standards and signal integrity issues and knowledge of dealing with electronic systems as a whole to the students. This paper discusses the contents of the curriculum to prepare students in technology major for this important industry relevant topic.
IEEE Long Island Systems, Applications and Technology (LISAT) Conference 2014
Balaji, Uma, "Teaching Electromagnetic Compatibility to Engineering Technology Students" (2014). Engineering Faculty Publications. 200.
Balaji, U. (2014, May). Teaching electromagnetic compatibility to engineering technology students. IEEE Long Island Systems, Applications and Technology (LISAT) Conference 2014 (pp. 1-5). IEEE. https://doi.org/10.1109/LISAT.2014.6845200.