New Vicor Webinar Will Highlight the Causes, Impact and Measurement of Conducted EMI in Modern Power
New Vicor Webinar Will Highlight the Causes, Impact and Measurement of Conducted EMI in Modern Power Systems
Live webinar on July 23 - the first in a two-part series focused on EMI - to help educate power system designers about the challenges of meeting EMI standards
ANDOVER, Mass.--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- Vicor Corporation (NAS: VICR) today announced the next installment in its popular Power Advantage Educational Series, featuring expert design tips and techniques aimed at optimizing power solution design. The new live webinar on July 23, 2013, presented by Chris Swartz, Principal Application Engineer, Vicor, will provide attendees with a comprehensive understanding of the design considerations and challenges associated with conducted electromagnetic interference (EMI) in modern power systems. To register for this webinar, visit Vicor's website.
Meeting EMI standards is a major challenge for power system designers. Attenuating conducted EMI can be complex and difficult, particularly if engineers don't fully understand the root cause or major factors that impact conducted EMI performance. In this webinar, Chris Swartz will discuss the causes, impact and measurement of EMI, and explain the requirements of various EMI standards. At the end of the session, participants will have a greater understanding of conducted EMI, Line Impedance Stabilization Networks (LISN), the main causes of differential and common mode EMI, standards requirements and EMI measurement techniques.
This live webinar is scheduled for Tuesday, July 23, at 8:00AM EDT/13:00 BST/17:30 IST. A second live presentation of this webinar is scheduled for later in the day at 10:00AM PDT/1:00PM EDT/18:00 BST.
This webinar is the first in a two-part Vicor webinar series focused on EMI. The second webinar, "Practical Design Considerations and Solutions for the Reduction of Conducted EMI and Filter Size in Power Systems," will be held on September 18, 2013.
There is no cost to attend these webinars. For more information, or to register for these webinars, visit Vicor's website. To sign up to receive email alerts about Vicor webinars, visit the Vicor PowerBlog.
About Vicor's Power Advantage Educational Series
The Power Advantage Educational Series of webinars and seminars connects Vicor's expert team of power architects and application engineers with system designers of all levels of expertise to share tips and techniques that aid in the development of power systems that provide superior efficiency, density, and versatility at every stage in the power chain, from AC to the Point of Load. With decades of combined real-world experience in power system design, Vicor's team of power management experts have helped engineers design systems for many of the world's leading technology companies with minimal complexity and maximum results.
About Vicor Corporation
Headquartered in Andover, Massachusetts, Vicor Corporation designs, manufactures and markets innovative, high-performance modular power components, from bricks to semiconductor-centric solutions, to enable customers to efficiently convert and manage power from the wall plug to the point of load. Complementing an extensive portfolio of patented innovations in power conversion and power distribution with significant application development expertise, Vicor offers comprehensive product lines addressing a broad range of power conversion and management requirements across all power distribution architectures, including CPA, DPA, IBA, FPA™ and CBA. Vicor focuses on solutions for performance-critical applications in the following markets: enterprise and high performance computing, telecommunications and network infrastructure, industrial equipment and automation, vehicles and transportation and aerospace and defense electronics. www.vicorpower.com
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