Designing a low EMI power supply

Let our EMI experts help you reduce emissions in your design.

Mitigating EMI is seen by engineers as a black art. Choose the wrong feature set - or mess with the feng shui of the PCB layout too much - and the system may not pass stringent CISPR standards. 

This training series, along with all of the accompanying documentation, is an aggregation of reference materials showing engineers an easier path to design an efficient power supply that meets EMI requirements.

We start with a review of the fundamentals - for example, what is EMI and where does it come from? We will also dive into the CISPR standards for both radiated and conducted emissions.

Next, we will take a look at specific device features that you should look for to get your design started off on the right foot. This is followed by a comprehensive selection of training materials with tips and tricks regarding external component selection and layout. Finally, a special section dedicated to specific applications and markets allows you to take a deep dive into unique considerations for some automotive and industrial systems.

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