Date: Thursday, May 30, 2019
Time: 11:00 AM Eastern Daylight Time
Sponsor: Texas Instruments
Duration: 30 Minutes
The world is hurtling towards Electric Vehicles and Autonomous Cars. Semiconductor content of cars is expected to increase ~ 10x by 2025. In this presentation we show challenges in EMI for new increasing demanding automotive systems like ADAS, cameras, instrument cluster and infotainment. We will discuss EMI mitigation techniques like filtering, spread spectrum and E-field shielding and compared the results.
This session will cover:
- EMI noise sources and near E-Field coupling
- EMI mitigation techniques, like switch node shaping, spread spectrum, and E-Field shielding techniques
Robert Loke, Validation Engineer, Texas Instruments
Robert Loke is a validation engineer in the Texas Instruments buck switching regulators group and a part of the Member Group, Technical Staff. Robert has conducted over 7 years of research in autonomous mobile systems and medical and has over 13 years of experience in the semiconductor industry focusing on power. His expertise is in product definition and strategy, systems, applications and validation.
Robert Blattner, Senior Application Engineer, Texas Instruments
Robert Blattner is a senior application engineer in the Texas Instruments buck switching regulators group. Robert has over 35 years of experience in the semiconductor and consumer electronic industry and a MEE from Rice University. His expertise is in device design, system and product definition, systems and applications.