Signal Integrity and EMC - Associate Study Module [Level HE7] part-time

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Signal Integrity is a key issue in the design of electronic based products and in particular printed circuit boards (PCBs). As digital circuits operate at higher and higher clock speeds, signal integrity becomes increasingly important. The PCB can dramatically alter the performance of circuits and it should be considered as a major component that impacts on the design activity at an early stage. Compliance with European Directives for products that are to be used in the European Community is a legal requirement and should be taken into account in the design phase of a product. The Electromagnetic Compatibility Directive (EMC) is of particular importance in the design of electronic based prod…

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Signal Integrity is a key issue in the design of electronic based products and in particular printed circuit boards (PCBs). As digital circuits operate at higher and higher clock speeds, signal integrity becomes increasingly important. The PCB can dramatically alter the performance of circuits and it should be considered as a major component that impacts on the design activity at an early stage. Compliance with European Directives for products that are to be used in the European Community is a legal requirement and should be taken into account in the design phase of a product. The Electromagnetic Compatibility Directive (EMC) is of particular importance in the design of electronic based products. Signal integrity and EMC are interrelated and this module covers both topic areas.

This module will benefit electronic system designers, circuit designers, PCB designers and mechanical engineers wishing to extend their areas of competence in these important topics. It can be studied on its own or as part of a programme leading to a formal qualification.

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