Electromagnetic Compatibility & Signal Integrity

Missouri University of Science and Technology’s Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) and Signal Integrity (SI) courses provide engineering professionals with a number of professional development opportunities. EMC and SI courses can be taken individually, or combined to complete an EMC Certificate Program.

To obtain the EMC Certificate you must successfully complete two of the following individual courses which provides video instruction on DVDs that you can view at your own pace. Final exams are required to receive a certificate of completion. more info>>

Individual Video Courses

Electromagnetic Compatibility Principles 
(EMC 3rd Edition)
by Dr. Daryl Beetner 
(17 video lectures)

This course is designed to teach the fundamentals of EMC. Topics range from what makes a good antenna, to regulations, to intelligent layout of printed circuit boards. While the course is based on solid math and physics, the lectures focus on developing the students’ understanding of concepts which enable the student to better apply the math and physics to sophisticated electrical systems.

Grounding & Shielding + Circuit Board Layout 
by Dr. Tom Van Doren 
(20 hours of video lectures)

This course introduces you to fundamental grounding and shielding principles and demonstrates techniques for identifying and fixing electrical noise problems. The principles will be described as concepts rather than theoretical equations. The emphasis on concepts will make the course useful for people with a wide range of experiences. Several interference mechanisms and shielding techniques are demonstrated.

Signal Integrity for High-Speed Digital Design
by Dr. Jun Fan
(40 hours of video lectures)

This course introduces fundamental signal integrity concepts and teaches basic skills for design and analysis of high-speed digital products and provides examples of real-world application. Engineers will gain the necessary skills to ensure signal quality for practical designs using a combination of standard design practices as well as commercial CAD tools.

Signal Integrity for High-Speed Digital Design
by Dr. Jun Fan
(40 hours of video lectures)

This course introduces fundamental signal integrity concepts and teaches basic skills for design and analysis of high-speed digital products and provides examples of real-world application. Engineers will gain the necessary skills to ensure signal quality for practical designs using a combination of standard design practices as well as commercial CAD tools.

Computational Electromagnetics for EMC & SI
by Dr. Jun Fan (52 lectures)

This course covers the fundamentals of computational electromagnetics, and demonstrates real-world application in EMC and signal integrity. Three full-wave numerical methods, Finite-Difference Time-Domain (FDTD), Finite Element Method (FEM), and the Method of Moments (MoM), will be studied, in addition to transmission-line modeling. 


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Technical Contact:

Dr. Thomas Van Doren
Missouri University of Science and Technology
Electrical & Computer Engineering - EMC Lab
Rolla, MO  65409
Phone: 573-578-4193
Email: vandoren@mst.edu

Purchasing Contact:

Professional and Continuing Education
300 W. 12th Street, 216 Centennial Hall
Rolla, MO  65409
Phone: 573-341-4200
Fax: 573-341-4992
Email: pce@mst.edu