15 April 2009

Understanding EMI

This presentation from Ansoft will introduce some fundamental concepts regarding EMI, illustrate the root causes for EMI problems and present a systematic simulation procedure that can be followed to detect and reduce EMI problems early in the design cycle.

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Ansoft

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Ansys UK

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