Expert in Electromagnetic Interference, Electromagnetic Compatibility, and Electrostatic Discharge
Expert ID: 107865 Alabama, USA
HEMP. Expert did a year-long research project, which hardened the "standard" US Navy minicomputer against EMP effects. Expert worked together in a group that specialized in HEMP effects.
EMI MEASUREMENTS; FCC STANDARDS. Expert has designed, tested, and qualified numerous systems to stringent government EMI regulations (TEMPEST, MIL-STD-461, FCC IEC). He has designed and tested products to meet European Community EMI standards (IEC 801, CISPR 11/22, IEC 1000-4), and FDA medical standards. He has also conducted magnetic field and electromagnetic field site surveys.
ELECTROSTATIC DISCHARGE; ELECTROSTATIC DISCHARGE CONTROL; STATIC ELECTRICITY. Expert has designed and tested systems to IEC 1000-4-2 (formerly IEC 801.2) immunity standards. He has isolated and corrected ESD problems with electronic systems in the field. He has developed in-house ESD guidelines and standards for clients.
RADIO FREQUENCY INTERFERENCE; MANMADE RFI; NATURAL RFI; RADAR INTERFERENCE; TELEVISION INTERFERENCE. Expert has solved numerous RFI problems between computer systems and VHF and UHF radio communications systems. This includes both emissions (computers jamming radios) and susceptibility (radios jamming computers). He has designed and tested systems to meet IEC 1000-4-3 (formerly IEC 801.3) RF immunity standards. He has conducted RF site surveys and has designed shielded rooms for RFI control.
POWER QUALITY; ELECTRONIC TRANSIENTS; HUM; GROUNDING; LINE FILTERING. Expert has consulted on power quality problems, including transients, hum, high-frequency interference, voltage sag and surge, magnetic fields, lightning, and grounding. He has conducted research on magnetic field effects on video displays and has done power line surveys and magnetic field surveys. He has held a Master Electrician's license and is familiar with the National Electrical Code as it applies to electronic systems. He has supported EPRI efforts on Power Quality.
ELECTROMAGNETIC PULSE; NUCLEAR EMP; SYSTEM GENERATED EMP; SOURCE REGION EMP. Expert has designed electronic equipment to meet nuclear EMP requirements. He has conducted classified research and advised clients of design techniques needed to meet EMP requirements.
TEMPEST; COMPROMISING EMANATIONS. Expert has designed and installed equipment to stringent TEMPEST requirements. He has advised clients on design techniques needed to meet TEMPEST requirements.
LIGHTNING. Expert has advised architects on lightning protection for electronic systems. His recent experience includes designing protection for "911" emergency systems, which involves the integration of VHF and UHF radio, computer, telephone, and emergency power systems.
Expert offers training seminars on electromagnetic compatibility including Design for EMC, Systems Grounding and Shielding, along with other customized classes.
Expert provides EMC (electromagnetic compatibility) troubleshooting at both the design and systems levels. Problems include radiated and conducted emissions, immunity, RFI, ESD, and power disturbances.
Expert provides design reviews to prevent electromagnetic interference problems. These cover components, printed circuit boards, power supplies, cables and connectors, grounding, and mechanical packaging (shielding.)
|Year: 1968||Degree: B.S.||Subject: Electrical Engineering||Institution: University of Nebraska|
|Years: 1987 to Present||Employer: Undisclosed||Title: EMC Consulting Engineer||Department:||Responsibilities:|
|Years: 1983 to 1987||Employer: Intel Corporation||Title: Field Engineer||Department:||Responsibilities:|
|Years: 1982 to 1983||Employer: Micro Component Technology||Title: Product Manager||Department:||Responsibilities:|
|Years: 1980 to 1982||Employer: Com Squared Systems||Title: Marketing Manager||Department:||Responsibilities:|
|Years: 1978 to 1980||Employer: Tektronix||Title: Field Engineer||Department:||Responsibilities:|
|Years: 1970 to 1978||Employer: Sperry Defense Systems||Title: EMC/TEMPEST Engineer||Department:||Responsibilities:|
|Years: 1968 to 1970||Employer: Collins Radio Company||Title: RF Design Engineer||Department:||Responsibilities:|
|Associations / Societies|
|Expert is a member of the IEEE EMC society and EOS/ESD Society.|
|Licenses / Certifications|
|He holds an FCC Commercial License, is a registered Professional Engineer (PE), and is a NARTE Certified EMC Engineer.|
|Publications and Patents Summary|
|Expert's firm publishes an industry newsletter on EMI/EMC and sponsors an annual symposium (Minnesota EMC-EVENT).|
|Training / Seminars|
| Expert offers electromagnetic compatibility training seminars including Design for EMC, Systems Grounding and Shielding, and other customized classes.
| Expert has experience locating vendors of EMI testing services - FCC, VDE, EC, MIL-STD-461, MDS-201, SAE, TEMPEST, ESD, lightning. EMI test equipment - spectrum analyzers, receivers, transient generators (power, automotive, electrostatic discharge), screen and shield rooms. EMI components - filters (signal and power line), ferrites, capacitors, enclosure shielding materials, architectural shielding materials, EMI gasketing, transient protectors (signal and power line), shielded cables and connectors, ground grids.
He has access to the following resources Buyer's guides and industrial contacts.
Fields of Expertise
electric power quality, electromagnetic compatibility, electromagnetic compatibility measurement, electromagnetic interference, electromagnetic interference conductive coating, electromagnetic interference filter, electromagnetic noise, electromagnetic shielding process, electronic shielding, electrostatic discharge, electrostatic discharge control, electrostatic shielding, grounding path, lightning, line filter, radio-frequency interference