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EE-845: Electromagnetic Compatibility

and Interference (EMC/EMI)


Course Code: EE-845
Semester: Fall 2017
Credit Hours: 3+0
Prerequisite Codes: EE-201 Electromagnetic field theory (3+0),
EE-342 Microwave Engineering (3+1)
Instructor: Dr. Nosherwan Shoaib
Office: B-205, 1st floor, RIMMS
E-mail: nosherwan.shoaib@seecs.edu.pk

EMC/EMI 1
Today’s Lecture
Faculty/Student Introduction

Course Introduction and Outline


 Course Description

 Course Learning Outcomes (CLOs)

 Assessment Methods

 Books

 Lecture Breakdown

 Grading Policy

 Labs Details

EMC/EMI 2
Brief Profile
 Research Interests

 RF Energy Harvesting

 RF Measurements (i.e. Precision Measurements, Material Characterization,

Measurement Receiver Architecture etc.)

 MIMO Antennas for mobile handsets

 Microwave Passive and Active Circuit Design

EMC/EMI 3
Brief Profile
 International Research Collaborations

 Cardiff University, UK

 Queen Mary University of London, UK

 National Institute of Metrological Research – INRIM, Italy

 The Masdar Institute, Abu-Dhabi, UAE (Now, Khalifa University of Science

and Technology, UAE)

 Dutch Metrology Institute - VSL, Netherlands

EMC/EMI 4
Course Introduction

Mobile Charger

EMC/EMI 5
Course Introduction

Mobile Charger

EMC/EMI 6
Course Introduction

RF Choke

Image Courtesyhttps://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Choke_(electronics)

EMC/EMI 7
Course Introduction and Outline

EMC/EMI 8
EMC/EMI Lab

EMC/EMI 9
Labs

EMC/EMI 10
Ethics
 Good Engineers come second

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EMC/EMI 11
Ethics
 Good Engineers come second

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 Good Human Beings come first

EMC/EMI 12
Ethics
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 Good Human Beings come first

 Professional and Social Ethics

EMC/EMI 13