COMPETENCES (CG2, CE3, CE8, CE10, CG1, CE11, CG4)
Capacity to design and test an electronic system on a specific application.
Capacity to handle advanced techniques for system electronic design.
Capacity to resolve real problems of interferences to get electromagnetic compatibility on equipment and systems.
Capacity to apply techniques for the development of electronic circuits and devices, like PCB and EMI filter design.
Capacity to make clear documentation explaining the development, design and application of complex electronic systems.
Capacity to make data searching related to the technology state of the art.
To be able to work in a collaborative group.
The student learns basic concepts about EMI, EMC, conducted and radiated emissions, coupling types, surges etc.
The student learns to resolve real problems related to the electromagnetic interaction between electronic equipment and systems, and how to apply the standards to these cases.
The course allows acquiring design techniques that complement others needed to reach its functionality.
There are specific techniques to reduce electromagnetic EMI noise on PCB, cables, cardcages and boxes. Also, how to protect from conducted and radiated internal/external surges, including power supply network, electrostatic discharges, lightning transitory etc..
These techniques apply to any type of electric/electronic devices, and to applications based on microprocessors, FPGA, analog or power electronics. It also can be used for system design of vehicles, aircrafts, military equipment, distribution and power systems, robots, etc..