Announcing the 2022 Experiments and Demonstrations!
By Gabe Alcala and Jacob Dixon, Experiments and Demonstrations Committee Co-Chair
As a result of the Call for Experiment and Demonstration Proposals, we are pleased to announce the accepted proposals below that will be presented at the 2022 IEEE International Symposium on Electromagnetic Compatibility, Signal and Power Integrity, August 1-5, in Spokane, Washington. You will not want to miss the popular Experiments and Demonstrations program that will be held in the Exhibition Hall on August 2-4. This hands-on activity provides a unique learning experience that complements the technical presentations at the symposium. It is traditionally one of the educational highlights of the annual symposium!
The schedule and abstracts explaining what will be shown in each Experiment and Demonstration below will be available soon in the Symposium Advance Program on the symposium website. Visit www.emc2022.emcss.org often for updates to the technical program and schedule.
Debugging a Failed EMC Chamber Above 1 GHz Using Chamber Imaging Method
By Yibo Wang and Zhong Chen, ETS-Lindgren, Cedar Park, Texas, USA
Finding Resonances with Near Field Probes in Troubleshooting EMI/EMC Problems
By Arturo Mediano, Electronics Engineering and Comms, Universidad de Zaragoza, Zaragoza, Aragón, Spain
Shielded Cable Terminations? Impact to Shielding Effectiveness for Aviation Wide Band Gap Converter Applications
By Cong Li, Electric System, GE Global Research, Niskayuna, New York, USA
The Benefits of a Novel Wideband EMI Receiver Concept
By Matthias Keller, Rohde & Schwarz, Munich, Germany
The Wideband Receiver in EMI Testing Scenarios with Real-World Examples
By Jeremy Cline, Rohde & Schwarz, Dallas, Texas, USA
VIRC: Shake It Till You Make It!
By Robert Vogt-Ardatjew and Vasiliki Gkatsi, Universiteit Twente, Enschede, Netherlands
Alternative EMC Measurements on Large Machines and Complex Machine Installations with the Tubular Wave Coupler (TWC)
By Werner Grommes, Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (IFA), German Social Accident Insurance (DGUV), Sankt Augustin, Germany
Common Mode Conducted Susceptibility Testing - A Simplified Method
By John McCloskey, NASA/Goddard Space Flight Center, College Park, Maryland, USA
Common Mode Energy, Loop Impedance, and the Use of Ferrites
By Patrick Andre, Andre Consulting, Inc., Mill Creek, Washington, USA
Demonstration of Low Cost Software Defined Radio Capabilities
By Karen Burnham, Electro Magnetic Applications, Inc., Lakewood, Colorado, USA
Fast E-Field Mapping
By Samuel Hildebrandt, LUMILOOP GmbH, Dresden, Germany
By Bruce Archambeault, International Business Machines Corp., Four Oaks, North Carolina, USA
Measure Ground Bounce and Power Rail Noise on a Digital IC with This Simple Method
By Eric Bogatin, ECEE, University of Colorado Boulder, Boulder, Colorado, USA
Simulation of Conductive and Radiated Emission for Off and On-Board Radio Receivers according to CISPR 12 and 25 for Automotive Applications
By C.J. Reddy and Albert Dunford, Altair Corporation, Troy, MI, USA
Automated Flows for Signal Integrity and EMC Simulations
By Wade Smith and Juliano Mologni, Ansys, Canonsburg, PA