Calgary, AB, Canada – July 06, 2016: Arturo Mediano, Associate Professor at the University of Zaragoza, posted a blog describing how he used the EMxpert EHX to minimize the EMI currents on a PCB in EDN Network: Arturo Mediano regularly uses the EMxpert EHX for troubleshooting and teaching. In his blog, Arturo describes how he used the EMxpert EHX to evaluate a decoupling network for a course. In the conclusion, Arturo shows the spatial scan results of the PCB before and after the decoupling network. The results clearly show that with the decoupling network enabled, the loop size is much smaller (transients take the path of the decoupling capacitor) and EMI currents are contained in the area closer to the clock IC.

About Arturo Mediano
Arturo Mediano is an Associate Professor at the University of Zaragoza. He teaches professorship for Electromagnetic Interference (EMI) and Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) and RF (HF/VHF/UHF) design for Telecom and Electrical Engineers. He is also actively involved in the industry. He has design and management responsibilities for R&D projects with companies in the radiofrequency (RF) and EMI/EMC fields for communications, industry and scientific/medical applications.

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