ECE 498 YVS - Engineering Electromagnetic Compatibility

Course Description

Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) is the subject of building electronic systems which will work as intended in an electromagnetic environment. The systems shall not cause electromagnetic interference (EMI). Also, they are not susceptible to EMI from themselves or other systems. This course is designed to provide fundamental understanding of electromagnetic sources, different coupling mechanisms, how electronic devices are affected by the electromagnetic interference, and how to design electronic systems that comply with EMC standards. Topics range from EMC requirements for electronic systems; sources of electromagnetic noises; coupling mechanisms; radiated and conducted emissions and susceptibility; crosstalk, grounding, and shielding; as well as system design for EMC.

Prerequisites

ECE 329.



 Instructor

  Prof. Victoria Shao

E-Mail: yangshao@illinois.edu 

Office Hours: Zoom Wed. 11:00am - 12:00pm

 

 Lectures

Attendance of live lectures will be used for participation (5% of final grade). Recordings of every lecture will be provided.

 Days  Times  Location
 Tu/Tr  To be determined

In person

 

 Discussion Forum

You can get online help using Course Discussion Forum link on Canvas.

 

 Homework

We will be using Gradescope for homework and exam submissions.

 

 Textbook

 

 Topics diccussed

 

Grading Policy

 Homework  15%
 Participation  5%
 Midterm Exams (2)  50%
 Final Exam  30%