Thursday, November 10, 2016, 12:30pm - 6:00pm | NTS Plano
NTS's second reverberation chamber workshop will take place at our Plano, Texas facility on Thursday, November 10, 2016*. Sponsored by ETS-Lindgren and NTS Plano, this is a free, hands-on, half-day workshop open to those that are interested in learning about reverberation chamber test methodology including new applications for this versatile and robust test environment.
Reserve your seat today - space is limited!
This is a free event; please register by November 8th to ensure adequate seating and catering.
*The first reverberation chamber workshop was held at our Fullerton, California facility on October 17, 2016.
Thursday, November 10, 2016
12:30pm - 1:15pm
Complimentary lunch and registration
1:15pm - 5:00pm
Presentations including Q&A
5:00pm - 6:00pm
Reverberation Chamber Testing Demonstrations
For specific questions about this workshop, or to confirm your registration, please contact Charlie Farris, IEEE Dallas EMC Chapter member, at (817) 939-2772, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Once mainly used for Government test requirements, the reverberation chamber is increasingly being used for aerospace, automotive, and consumer electronic test applications due to its inherent efficiencies in cost and time. In addition to providing practical, application oriented material that you can use on the job, the workshop includes a live demonstration of a EUT using the reverb chamber at NTS Plano.
The reverberation chamber is an effective tool for performing Immunity, Emission and Shielding Effectiveness measurements on a wide range of DUT types. It has become especially popular for performing high field strength immunity tests on large and complex components, systems and vehicles.
Director Automotive Solutions
ETS-Lindgren | Cedar Park, Texas
Due to his considerable industry experience, Garth is the ETS-Lindgren global subject matter expert responsible for the on-going research and development of Automotive EMC/Wireless test chambers for Regular, Electric and Hybrid Electric Vehicles. His primary responsibility is the design and development functions within the Systems Engineering group, the group that a) provides worldwide technical support for ETS-Lindgren and b) is directly responsible for anechoic chamber, E- Field generator, TEM device and instrumentation system design and development.
As the lead engineer for reverberation chamber design and test, Garth is also responsible for the development of GTEM cells, EMP protection applications, and wireless device test systems. Additionally, he also provides technical support to the RF filter department, is a member of the IEEE EMC Society, and is an active participant in standards development including:
Garth has over 30 years of experience in the RF industry and holds a BSc degree in Electronics and Communications Engineering, from North London University, UK.
Garth started his career in reverberation chambers in the 1980s working with industry luminaries including Mike Hatfield with the US Navy in Dahlgren, Virginia. The collaboration between Garth and Mike resulted in the first IEC standards (IEC-61000-4-21) being based off of reverberation chamber test methodology.
Garth may be reached at email@example.com.
Highly regarded as an EMC/EMI expert across multiple disciplines, Jeff has over 20 years of experience with product testing and design focusing on the Aerospace, Defense, Telecom and Power industries. Prior to becoming NTS's EMC Corporate Director, Jeff worked for Communications and Power Industries (CPI) and supported the development of the Harpoon and Patriot missile receiver protectors.
Along with being an active member on a variety of committees that includes the Institute of Electronics and Electrical Engineers, the SAE International Automotive/Agricultural EMC, and the SC135 working group (under RTCA DO-160), Jeff has published the following technical papers on system level requirements:
Jeff is a subject matter expert for the National Spectrum Consortium's Testing and Analysis Infrastructure working group, is recognized by the Practicing Institute of Engineering Inc., as an EMI/EMC course instructor for the New York City Transit Authority, and holds a National Security clearance. He is also a former United States Marine Veteran and has an electrical engineering degree from North Eastern University.
Jeff may be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
For more information on reverberation chambers (e.g., what kind of chamber is used, the specifications and benefits, downloadable white paper and video, etc.,), click here.