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ANSYS Webinar: EMI/EMC Design Challenges in the 5G Era
5G will be a big step in wireless communication technology connecting billions of devices on an enormous scale with instant data on-demand. While bringing numerous benefits, 5G presents new EMI / EMC design challenges due to several new technologies that are now featuring on user equipment such as massive MIMO, advanced antenna beamforming at mm-wave spectrum, carrier aggregation and extreme high-speed digital signals on the hardware front.

Consequently, new EMI challenges and the key to delivering the promise of 5G is simulation. In this webinar you will learn:

• How ANSYS tools are used to predict EMI / EMC early in the design cycle
• Overview of EMP, Lightning, ESD and Radiated and Conducted emissions / susceptibility simulations
• How to design a finite antenna array system in ANSYS HFSS and evaluate its performance when installed on 5G platforms
• Calculate Power Density from user equipment for 5G certification
• Simulate 5G city scenarios and investigate margin and interference analysis scenarios including thermal loading
• Predict beamforming EMI effects into digital signals (DDR bus) on a 5G smartphone

Speakers:
Juliano Mologni, EMI/EMC Senior Product Manager, ANSYS

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Oct 2, 2019 11:00 AM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Speakers

Juliano Mologni
EMI/EMC Senior Product Manager @ANSYS
Juliano Mologni is the EMI/EMC Product Manager at ANSYS. Over 20 years of experience in computational electromagnetics, author of patents and more than 60 journal and conference papers related to EMI/EMC and computational electromagnetics. Involved in several EMC projects with top Automotive, A&D, Appliances and High Tech companies. Previous experience includes being a Lead Application Engineer at ESSS, responsible for ANSYS electromagnetics initiatives in South and Central America, Systems Engineer at Delphi Automotive Systems (today Aptiv) in charge of wiring harness design and Hardware engineer at WebTech Wireless. Holds a BSc degree in Telecommunication Engineering, a MSc degree in Microelectronics and his PhD thesis involves research on Automotive EMC and Signal Integrity.