Simulate Electromagnetic Communications & Interferences
11:00 - 12:00 CEST
Electromagnetic coupling is at the root of telecommunication technologies, but also at the origin of undesirable phenomena, such as electromagnetic interference. Indeed, any antenna or electronic system operate in conditions far removed from the electromagnetic insulation. Hence the need to perform electromagnetic interference (EMI) and electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) compliance tests. Simulation is a valuable tool here!
Performing these tests at the end of the chain, in a traditional way, on prototypes, can have unpleasant surprises, especially when one is in a very advanced phase of the development and production cycle. In this webinar, through the live build of a template and the discussion of several tutorial examples, we will see how digital simulation enables EMI / EMC conformance testing throughout the design and development cycle. This approach anticipates the electromagnetic performances of a product, and makes it possible to compare different choices of design and design at any time, with a very significant gain in terms of development time and costs.
Barbara Comis joined COMSOL France as a technical sales engineer in 2017. She has previously carried out academic research for a few years at the Laboratory of Subatomic Physics and Cosmology in Grenoble. Barbara holds a PhD in Astrophysics from the University of Rome.
Mickaël Barsive joined COMSOL France as an Application Engineer in 2016. He holds a Master's degree in Subatomic Physics and Astroparticles from the University of Strasbourg.