Price: $2,999.00

Course Number: 910
Length: 3 Days
Continuing Education Credits: 19 PDH for PE
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EMI/EMC Training Courses by TONEX

EMC/EMI Training Courses by TONEX, Applied Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) and Electromagnetic Interference (EMI) training course serves as a technical program to electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) and electromagnetic interference (EMI). It is a technical overview of many topics.

TONEX EMI/EMC Academy – Engineering and Management Training Courses

EMC/EMI Training for Aerospace                                      3 days
Performance and EMC Testing Training for Military & Aerospace3 days
MIL STD 461F Training 3 days
Military EMI/EMC Training3 days

Tonex Applied EMC/EMI course is applicable to professional engineers and technicians practicing in EMC fields to include bonding, grounding, shielding, EMI prediction, EMI analysis, conducted and radiated interference, lightning protection and more.

Learn about the requirements that commercial and military electronic systems must meet to get certified. Master techniques that can be used to protect systems against these threats. Explore unconventional high power EM threats, including nuclear electromagnetic pulse and high power microwave weapons (optional topics).

In a nutshell, Engineers know the math and the physics of EMC. Technicians know the instruments and test setups. Engineers need good writing and verbal skills. Technicians need to know the pitfalls of real measurements. All applicants have to be competent in the fundamentals, i.e., coupling, filters, shielding, etc. as well as the specifications which apply to their particular specialty.

Tonex offers national EMI/EMC related training courses customized for electronics designs and the needs of the commercial and military professional engineers. Learn about EMI, EMC and Aerospace Instruments, Shipbuilding, Medical, Space and Satellite Systems, Telecommunications Equipment, Commercial and Utility Nuclear Power Systems, Electrical equipment, Automotive and Other Technology Systems.

WL Academy instructors are often times engineers themselves in challenging, fast-paced manufacturing and service industries – they get it. WLL offers a broad variety of educational programs for all levels of EMC and safety design engineers WL Academy’s EMC, Safety, Wireless and Environmental training programs feature:

  • full five day programs taught by iNARTE-Certified professionals
  • short programs
  • laboratory demonstrations
  • webinars covering conformity assessment and certification.

Who Should Attend

  • Engineers and system architects
  • EMC/EMI specialists (engineers and technicians)
  • Technicians
  • PCB layout professionals
  • IC designers
  • Applications Engineers
  • Engineering and project Managers


EMI/EMC Training


  • Understand EMI/EMC Concepts, Definitions, and Requirements
  • Understand military and commercial EMI/EMC requirements
  • Explore EMC Methodology, Environments, and Measurements
  • Calculate electromagnetic propagation
  • Understand EMC Modeling and Analysis
  • Master EMC measurement, modeling, and analysis techniques
  • Analyze EM Propagation and Crosstalk
  • Understand EM Hardening Techniques
  • Master Unconventional High Power Electromagnetic Threats
  • Analyze potential EMI problems by identifying the source, the receptor, and the coupling path
  • Harden electronic systems using the appropriate EMC protection technique(s): grounding, bonding, shielding, filtering, and printed circuit board design



  • What is EMI and EMC?
  • Lightning Protection and Control
  • Power Grounds
  • Signal Grounding
  • Cable and Connector Grounding
  • Box and System-Level Grounding
  • Shielding Effectiveness
  • Shielding Materials and Coatings


  • Principles of Electromagnetic Interference (EMI)
  • Principles of Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC)
  • Electromagnetic Interference (EMI)
  • Radio Frequency Interference (RFI)
  • Electromagnetic Effects (EME)
  • Electromagnetic Pulse (EMP)
  • Aperture Leakage and Their Control
  • Shielded Windows
  • Electrical Gaskets
  • Box and Housing Shield Designs
  • Architectural Shielding
  • Shielded Rooms
  • Cable Shielding and Performance
  • EMI and Control Issues
  • Fields Levels, Meaning and Threats
  • Electrical Noise Sources
  • Analog Devices and Logic Victims and Their EMI Properties
  • EMI Device Reciprocity
  • Threat and Victim Levels and Margins


  • Introduction to field strength
  • Safety considerations
  • EMC standards
  • EMI Standards
  • RF Emissions
  • Low Frequency Emissions: Harmonics (IEC 1000-3-2)
  • Measurement Equipment
  • MIL-STD-461F


  • Types of Grounds
  • Safety
  • Signal Grounds
  • Single-point and Multi-point Grounds
  • Common Impedance Coupling
  • Separation of Grounds
  • Ground Loops
  • Isolation
  • Shield Grounding
  • Grounding and Interconnect
  • Function of a Ground
  • Single Point, Multi-Point and Hybrid Grounds
  • Analog vs Digital Grounds
  • Circuit Board Grounding
  • Internal Cables and Connectors
  • I/O Treatments
  • Shielding
  • Picking the Right Materials
  • Enclosure Design Techniques


  • Key EMC/EMI Design Threats
  • EMI Regulations and Their Impact on Design
  • Physics of EMC/EMI
  • Frequency, Time and Dimensions
  • Transmission Lines and "Hidden" Antennas


  • Immunity tests
  • Design Principles
  • Interference coupling mechanisms
  • Layout and grounding
  • Digital and analogue circuit design
  • Interfaces, filtering and shielding
  • EMC management
  • Bonding
  • Grounding
  • Shielding
  • Interface Control
  • Conducted Interference
  • Radiated Interference
  • Military Specifications/Standards/Handbooks
  • EMC Test Plans
  • Test Equipment
  • Test Facilities
  • Safety Terminology
  • Mathematic Spectrum Analysis
  • Lightning Protection
  • Inter-system and Intra-system Design
  • Equipment Design
  • EMI Prediction
  • EMI Analysis
  • Field Theory
  • Antennas
  • Filter Theory


  • EMC/EMI Modeling and Analyzing
  • EMC/EMI Simulation and Validation
  • Levels of model validation
  • Mathematical level
  • Computational technique validation
  • Implementation level
  • Individual software code implementation validation
  • Model level
  • Specific model validation
  • Electromagnetic Spectrum Modeling
  • Electromagnetic and Spectrum related models and simulation programs
  • Electromagnetic Data Acquisition Management

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