Electromagnetic Environmental Effects (E3) for Space Systems Training

Electromagnetic Environmental Effects (E3) for Space Systems Training

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Electromagnetic Environmental Effects (E3) for Space Systems Training (Online, Onsite and Classroom Live)

This Electromagnetic Environmental Effects (E3) for Space Systems Training course provides guidance on understanding the phenomena and requirements for Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) for military, aviation and space applications.  The material covers causes and effects, control measures and the test and evaluation process.  The Electromagnetic Environmental Effects (E3) for Space Systems course is presented at the intermediate technical level and assumes that the attendees have a good understanding of basic electronic principles.  The material includes some basic mathematical formulas, but the emphasis is on the practical aspects of EMC.

This is an iNARTE approved training course and qualifies for CPD credits required for continuing certification.

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  • 3 days of Electromagnetic Environmental Effects (E3) for Space Systems Training with an expert instructor
  • Electromagnetic Environmental Effects (E3) for Space Systems Electronic Guide
  • 100% Satisfaction Guarantee
  • Certificate of Completion

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  • We can adapt this Electromagnetic Environmental Effects (E3) for Space Systems course to your group’s background and work requirements at little to no added cost.
  • If you are familiar with some aspects of this Electromagnetic Environmental Effects (E3) for Space Systems course, we can omit or shorten their discussion.
  • We can adjust the emphasis placed on the various topics or build the Electromagnetic Environmental Effects (E3) for Space Systems course around the mix of technologies of interest to you (including technologies other than those included in this outline).
  • If your background is nontechnical, we can exclude the more technical topics, include the topics that may be of special interest to you (e.g., as a manager or policy-maker), and present the Electromagnetic Environmental Effects (E3) for Space Systems course in manner understandable to lay audiences.

Audience/Target Group:

The target audience for this Electromagnetic Environmental Effects (E3) for Space Systems course:

  • EMC Test Engineers and Technicians involved in evaluation and qualification oversight
  • Electrical and Mechanical engineers responsible for EMC design
  • Program/project managers responsible for EMC evaluation oversight
  • Anyone who interprets EMC data or troubleshoots EMC issues

Electromagnetic Environmental Effects (E3) for Space Systems Training – Objectives:

Upon completing this Electromagnetic Environmental Effects (E3) for Space Systems course, learners will be able to meet these objectives:

  • Establish an EMC Program for space projects.
  • Determine the applicable EMC military specifications to space.
  • Prepare a basic EMI/EMC control plan.
  • Prepare a basic EMC test plan.
  • Evaluate an EMI test environment.
  • Identify appropriate EMI test equipment.
  • Perform Military Standard EMC testing on space systems.
  • Prepare a basic EMI/EMC test report.
  • Apply basic EMC engineering principles to determine emission suppression and reduce system susceptibility.
  • Tailor the MIL-STDs and GEVS for specific tasks.
  • Design to meet space EMC standards and other EMC requirements.
  • Techniques for reducing space system emissions and susceptibility.

Electromagnetic Environmental Effects (E3) for Space Systems Training – Course Syllabus:

1. Basic Concepts of Electromagnetic (EM) Effects.

  • EMI/EMC terms and definitions. Common units. Radiated and conducted emissions and susceptibility. Characteristics of EM signals. Common and differential modes

2. Electromagnetic Environment (EME).

  • Sources of EMI and victims. Time and frequency domains: transients. Fourier concepts. Narrowband and broadband signals. Victim characteristics.

3. Project Life Cycle Planning.

  • Defining the program. Contract preparation and award EMC specifications. Standards for space applications. Tailoring to meet requirements.

4. Space E3 Environment. Intentional and Unintentional Sources.

  • Emission source characteristics (Signatures). EM prediction and measurement data sources for a priori prediction.

5. Emissions and Susceptibility.

  • General and detailed requirements: Defining emission and susceptibility:  CE, RE, CS, RS, and limits.  Correlation to common equivalent IEC EMC standards are discussed.

6. Measurement of EM Interference (EMI).

  • Testing methods based on MIL-STD-461, DO-160 and commercial standards. Measurement tolerances.  Specific tailoring:  Notching the basic requirements.  Test site characteristics.  EUT test configurations.

6. Test Facilities and Environments.

  • Shielded rooms. Anechoic chambers. Open area test sites (OATS). Test equipment for CE and RE CS and RS. Sensors, antennas, receivers, spectrum analyzers.

7. Test Methods and Procedures (CE CS).

  • Conducted emission (CE) testing. Test applicability limits. Test equipment and EUT setup. Automatic data acquisition. Conducted susceptibility (CS) testing. CE and CS reduction techniques. Filtering and design considerations.

8. Test Methods and Procedures (RE RS).

  • Radiated emission (RE) testing. Test applicability. Limits. Test equipment and EUT setup. RE electric testing and magnetic field testing. RS testing. RE and RS reduction techniques. Shielding concepts and design consideration.

9. System-Level Testing.

  • Requirements for system EMC. Lightning protection. Static electricity ESD mitigation. Space special EMC topics. System-level EMI mitigation techniques.
  • Electromagnetic Environmental Effects (E3) for Space Systems Training Course Wrap up and questions

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