Dr. Garbiel Rojas Gabriel Rojas works as an application engineer at Rohde & Schwarz with focus on power electronics. His previous experience includes academic roles where Gabriel focused on research related to the modeling of power electronics devices, and has published numerous papers on this topic in international journals. He holds a PhD in Electrical Engineering from the Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya.

Parasitic Components in Power Converters - Fundamentals and Measurements

In partnership with Rohde & Schwarz

Webinar Overview 

This webinar is intended for engineers who work on power converter design and testing. New technologies such as SiC and GaN operate with higher switching speeds while parasitics increase conducted emissions for this reason. It is important to keep an eye on parasitics and quantify them already in early design phases. We will be starting with an introduction into fundamentals of parasitics, variety of types and their effects, and their impact on measurements. You will be learning how to measure and identify parasitics either through online in-circuit characterization with oscilloscopes and probes or through offline characterization with LCR meters. Practical examples using the R&S®LCX LCR meter will illustrate how to easily and reliably quantify parasitics with impedance analysis.

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