Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) engineering has grown rapidly as a field as systems have become smaller. More compact systems have resulted in increased interference and leakage problems, thus making it almost every design engineer's mission to seek and eliminate EMC-related problems before production commences.
Essentials of Electromagnetic Compatibility Engineering is a comprehensive guide to the key topics and knowledge that every EMC engineer (or engineer that has been assigned the task of overseeing EMC issues) should have at their fingertips. It provides the background to what EMC is, its scope, and why it is important; key design concepts that take into account EMC considerations; what problems are likely to crop up during design and testing; how to mitigate or eliminate those problems; and finally, where to get help if the problem is beyond the experience of the engineer responsible for EMC.
Designed as a quick reference, this book provides engineers with practical data and rules of thumb in one handy place. It is invaluable for practicing EMC engineers, non-specialist circuit design engineers and EE consultants.