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You are cordially invited to attend RECOM‘s next Seminar in Gmunden, Austria, scheduled for November 10th – 11th, 2016. The two-day seminar will focus on EMC-related issues, including but not limited to measurement and coping with failures.


  • EMC Measurement
    How to achieve results?
  • Failure Modes
    Suppression components in the application
  • EMC
    Critical design in and around a switchmode powersupply
  • First time fail - what now?
    Approach for finding solutions
  • Design Rules
    Schematic and layout recommendations
  • Workshop
    (5 Live measurements)

*Topics may vary.

This seminar is a great opportunity to gain an inside look at RECOM’s state-of-the-art EMC lab. Housed in the R&D wing of its likewise cutting-edge headquarters and equipped by Rohde & Schwarz, this lab is a centerpiece of RECOM’s ongoing R&D efforts, and this is your chance to experience first-hand how RECOM both anticipates and solves EMC-related problems of all kinds.

  • Limited number of participants (25 attendees per seminar)

  • Seminar Package USD 800,-

Participation is extremely limited, so reserve your spot now!

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Event Details
Further details will be sent after we have received all applications.
Price excludes VAT. The seminar package includes a hands-on workshop, documentation, and certificate of participation. RECOM will also provide participants with tickets to the world’s largest electronics exhibition, Electronica (, being held in Munich from November 8th – 11th. RECOM will arrange the transportation roundtrip from Munich to Gmunden, hotel accommodations in Gmunden, and refreshments including lunch buffet and dinner.
If the event does not take place as planned, then registered participants will not be charged. Therefore, participants have no claim for damages. Participants may send a representative in their stead. Participants may cancel up to 10 days before the event without cost. The entire participation fee will be charged for cancellations made less than 10 days before the event.