From: Hans Mellberg (email@example.com)
Date: Thu Mar 09 2000 - 10:48:00 PST
The Santa Clara Valley Chapter of IEEE's EMC Society
is pleased to announce its March 2000 Meeting Notice.
No admission fee, All welcome, Bring a colleque.
Visit our website for driving directions and more
Tuesday, March 14th, 2000.
Silicon Graphics’ Café Iris, Building 5,
2025 Stierlin Court, Mountain View, CA.
Time: 7:30pm - 9:30pm.
"Shielding and Grounding for GHz Processors and
By: Bertram K.C. Chan, Ph.D.
Shielding and Grounding for GHz Processors and Beyond
The radiated emission levels of systems, driven by
multiple microprocessors operating at 1 GHz and
beyond, may be effectively mitigated by the various
grounding and shielding designs. Bert will discuss
ways to reduce Common Mode Reduction at All I/O Ports
using what Bert calls "The Quiet Ground". In his
presentation, Bert will cover ways to reduce
emissions at the source using specially designed
grounding devices. He will also cover hard grounding
of the main PCB in computers. Enclosures play a major
roll in reducing emissions from Information Technology
Equipment as you will find out as Bert discusses
effective shielding that is designed to provide
90/180-degree coverage on all the seams of your
Please join Bert and hear his thoughts on effective
Bertram is an R&D Scientist and EMC Engineer with
extensive experience in Network Servers, Personal
Computers, Space Systems and Nuclear Systems. Bertram
has strong analytical and mathematical capabilities,
with effective application of EM theory to EMC
Compliance design and testing.
Currently a Consultant, Bertram's experience includes
2 years with Hewlett-Packard Company, 7 years with
Apple Computer Inc., 10 years with Lockheed Missiles
and Space Co. Inc. 2 years with the Atomic Energy
Commission of Canada, and has been Tenured Professor,
Division Chairman of Mathematics and Physics, and
lecturer at several Universities throughout the world
including San Jose State University, Atlantic Union
University, Middle East College and Loma Linda
Bertram holds a Ph.D. in Engineering, as well as an MS
and BS in Mathematics, Chemistry and Computer Science,
and has published several textbooks, a multitude of
scientific research papers and has 2 patents pending.
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