NEXT REGULAR MEETING: Monday, 26 November 2018 at the Palatine Library, 700 North Court, Palatine, IL 60067, from 6:45 pm through 8:15 pm
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PRESENTATION: "Why does my design fail EMC? & How to fix it!", By Jerry Meyerhoff, JDM LABS LLC
Overall EMC principles are introduced - 4 quadrants of mechanisms, 3 elements of the actors, 4 types of coupling. Case studies drawn from 6 designs are used to demonstrate the underlying EMC physics across the 4 quadrants, for causes and cures. Analysis, measurement and creativity methods are highlighted. Narratives also present soft skills of teamwork & consulting persuasion. Solutions are generalized for applicability to multiple future designs.
Time Permitting, there will be an added bonus of hands-on, audience participation DIY demonstrations.
- Shielding Effectiveness
- Current Follows the Path of Least Impedance and Lenz Law in Cables
Jerry Meyerhoff, JDM LABS LLC
ABOUT THE SPEAKER:
Jerry Meyerhoff is currently the Principal Technologist of JDM LABS LLC , a consultancy he started in 2009 to assist clients in optimizing designs for EMC. He has enjoyed the privilege of successfully assisting dozens of clients across multiple industries and applications.
Previously Jerry was a Distinguished Member of the Technical Staff of Continental Automotive Systems, Deer Park, Illinois, acting as a group-wide consultant in EMC design. His prior 36 years with Motorola were focused on hardware design and development applied to radios, RF, analog circuits and digital microprocessor hardware, with increasing emphasis on EMC.
Jerry earned a BSEE in Communications Engineering from the University of Illinois at Chicago (UIC) in 1970, with post-graduate RF design courses from IIT. Jerry holds 5 US patents and was a member of Motorola’s Science Advisory Board Associates (SABA) an elected community of "thought leaders". He is active in his IEEE EMC Society Chicago Chapter and was a EMCS Distinguished Lecturer. Jerry was an instructor for the chapter's "Introduction to EMC" lecture- lab course through IIT. He is a founding member of the EMCS "Consultant's Tool-kit" Workshop since 2011. Jerry holds Amateur Radio call WA9FIY and particularly enjoys bicycle touring, challenge rides and civic advocacy. His contact info and LinkedIn profile are below.
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Information on past meetings. (Contact the presenter if you would like more information or an unlisted copy of the presentation.)
On 24 Sept. 2018, Jim Spangler presented "Design Resources for Power Sources".
On 23 July 2018, Ben Miller, P.E. presented "Professional Engineering Licensure".
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On 31 May 2018, Rob Klein presented "The Engineers Behind the Curtain: Realizing the Client's Vision".
On 22 Jan. 2018, John Zulaski presented "Science Kits for Public Libraries".
On 27 Nov. 2017, Pete Salerno presented "Today's Cyber-security Challenges for Consultants".
On 25 Sept. 2017, Roy Leventhal presented "Designing PCBs for Success".
On 24 July 2017, Jim Spangler presented "Safety and Compliance Database inside the PSMA Website"
On 22 May 2017, Pete Kindinger presented "A Case Study on WiFi Range Improvement--from Antennas to EMC to
On 27 March 2017, Rob Klein presented "FPGA Development: A High Level Overview"
On 23 Jan. 2017, Dr. Donald S. Zinger P.E. presented "Electromechanical Systems to Control Essential Tremor"
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