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EMC COOK OUT and BBQ Doubleheader
September 19 @ 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm
It’s that time again, when the Chicago Chapter of the EMC Society starts the new season for 2017-2018 with a cook out and BBQ, with hamburger, hot dogs, salads, and all the fixings, sponsored by DLS Electronic Systems, at the DLS facilities in wheeling, IL with two presenters with interesting topics: Jim Spangler and Jerry Meyerhoff.
“Using the PSMA Database” by Jim Spangler.
Power Sources Manufacturers Association (PMSA) is a non-profit whose members include manufacturers of power sources and components, academia, and designers/consultants, all related in some manner to creating and using a wide variety of electronic power sources. As part of its mission to serve the industry, PSMA has a database of regulations affecting power sources. This database differs from others in that it is organized as matrix that includes region, country, agency, and product type. Jim will give a live presentation of how the data base functions and how to best use this information in your everyday occupations.
Jim Spangler is president and owner of Spangler Prototype, IC, (SPI), a consulting firm that specializes in power supply design, compliance issues, and pc board layout. SPI is a member of PSMA. He is a Life Member of IEEE, as well of a number of societies including PELS, IAS, and PES. He has worked as an FAE for several semiconductor manufacturers, written industry conference papers, instructed at the college level, and done design work related to lighting ballasts and power supplies. His education includes a BEET from DeVry, MSEE from Northern Illinois, and doctoral work at IIT.
A Review of the 2017 IEEE International Symposium on Electromagnetic Compatibility and Signal Integrity
Presenter Jerry Meyerhoff President of JDM Labs Buffalo Grove, IL
A refreshing look back at the recent IEEE EMC Symposium with Jerry’s unique take on the programs, presentations, opportunities, flora and fauna that was the 2017 Symposium, held in Washington DC in August. This review will highlight the symposium and the activities of the Chicago Chapter as well feature areas of interest in the EMC Society.
Jerry is a senior member of the IEEE EMC society, a past IEEE distinguished lecturer, and executive committee member in the Chicago chapter for over 20 years. Jerry is a native son of the Chicago area, having graduated form Illinois Institute of Technology and working for several years for Motorola AIEG, and Continental, before starting his own EMC consulting firm JDM Labs in Buffalo Grove, IL. Jerry was recentlyed cited by the IEEE Chicago Section for his long servie to the IEEE with the Distinguished Service Award