Tag Archives: IEEE-EMCS

EMC Shielding Demo

On 1/13/2015 Jerry greatly enjoyed demonstrating shielding effects and challenges to UIC students in Professor Danilo Erricolo’s class ECE 423 on EMC . http://www.ece.uic.edu/bin/view/ECE/ECE423 27 MHz Radio controlled toy car or 460 MHz FRS handi-talkies were the sources and receptors … Continue reading

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JDM LABS 2013 Summary

Hello loyal fans & followers . 2013 has been a busy year for JDM LABS As I popped into many tents along the midway I was treated to a lot of new and old situations . Here’s a brief overview … Continue reading

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EMC MiniSymposium – May 7 – Chicago

Hello All : I want to alert you to a great education and networking event. For those of you who cannot get to the “big” EMCS annual Symposium, we’re bringing it home to you, Chicago Style . 15th Annual Chicago … Continue reading

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All About EMC Consulting – Save The Date

Hello loyal followers. Its been a while , Life sometimes gets in the way. But I want to share news of a great upcoming event in Long Beach Ca. The IEEE EMC Society annual International Symposium  August 14 thru 19 … Continue reading

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Rosetta Stone : Guide to the EMC Circus

Here I’ll describe a Roadmap, Guide or Rosetta Stone to help you navigate the ongoing EMC discussions. The Circus Big Top archetype has 3 rings . Here its the over-arching Model , Construct , Analogy or Metaphor to the EMC World. In Ring 1 are the “Noise … Continue reading

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Hello world!

Well fans , I’m starting on WordPress.com.  I’ll be sharing my thoughts and observations on EMC , ElectroMagnetic Compatibility and other related important subjects over time . So what is EMC anyway ? It is the design capability of electronic devices to … Continue reading

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