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EMC Design & Testing for Wireless Products

MET Labs EMC Lab

Thursday, August 15, 2013 from 8:30 AM to 4:15 PM (PDT)

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This free seminar, in partnership with Wurth Electronics, is designed by engineers and technicians, for engineers and technicians, with practical content to give you support for the development of undisturbed wireless electronics and equipment. Take this opportunity to benefit from the valuable experience of MET Laboratories and Wurth Electronics. 

A complimentary lunch will be provided. Seats will be reserved on a first come, first serve basis.


8:30 Registration

9:00 Introduction

9:10 Wireless Testing & Certification for FCC
Asad Bajwa (MET Labs)
  • Licensed versus unlicensed radio devices
  • Integration of radio modules
  • Dynamic frequency selection
  • TCB certification

10:15 Break

10:30 Coupling Strategies
Hebberly Ahatlan (Wurth Electronics)
  • E-field coupling
  • B-field coupling
  • Trace coupling
  • Passive component coupling
  • Active component coupling
  • Mechanical component coupling

11:30 Shielding & EMI Design Considerations
Asad Bajwa (MET Labs)
  • Shielding
  • Shielded enclosures
  • Radiated emissions
  • ESD

12:15 Lunch

1:00 Shielding Strategies
Hebberly Ahatlan (Wurth Electronics)
  • Benefits of metal shields
  • Benefits of ferrite shields
  • Best applications for either material

2:00 Wireless Testing for CE Marking & Global Approvals
Asad Bajwa (MET Labs)
  • R&TTE Directive
  • ETSI versus FCC
  • Canada
  • Japan
  • Australia

3:00 Break

3:15 Filtering Strategies
Hebberly Ahatlan (Wurth Electronics)
  • High frequency filtering components
  • Select high frequency filters for typical issues
  • Design of high frequency filters using EMI components

4:15 End

The seminar & food are complimentary, but registration is required.

Have questions about EMC Design & Testing for Wireless Products? Contact MET Labs EMC Lab

When & Where

Network Meeting Center Santa Clara
5201 Great America Parkway
Santa Clara, CA 95054

Thursday, August 15, 2013 from 8:30 AM to 4:15 PM (PDT)

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MET Labs EMC Lab

MET Laboratories is an internationally-recognized resource for regulatory certification of electrical products for the worldwide marketplace. Testing covers a wide range of regulatory, commercial and military standards. MET Laboratories is headquartered in Baltimore, Maryland, with office locations in Union City and Santa Clara, California, Austin, Texas, Cary, North Carolina, and wholly-owned international locations in Shenzhen, China; Taipei, Taiwan; Seoul, Korea; and Milan, Italy.

MET Laboratories boasts proven, superior capabilities in Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) compliance testing, including wireless & RF testing. Our EMC labs are among the most respected in the U.S. Our EMC testing covers FCC Part 15, as well as Parts 18, 22, 24-27, 74, 90 & 95, and 101.

MET is an A2LA-accredited and a FCC-designated Telecommunication Certification Body (TCB), fully authorized to test and certify to all applicable FCC regulations, including Part 15, Subpart C. 15.247. As a TCB, we can issue an FCC Grant of Certification in less than one week. We also provide a single point of contact from testing through certification.

As a Certification Body (CB) for Industry Canada, MET evaluates radio equipment to the appropriate RSS standards and certifies the equipment in the form of a grant for Industry Canada.

Additionally, MET has developed numerous international MRAs, and MET's EMC test reports are accepted by many countries outside of North America.

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