Controlling Electromagnetic Interference (EMI) Design Challenges with Molex State-of-the-Art Facilities and Testing

The electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) of devices and equipment is a growing design consideration as the world becomes more connected. Electronics can create and receive unwanted electromagnetic energy, and the growing ubiquity of devices within a given space naturally complicates EMC efforts. Additionally, as capabilities advance and component density increases, EMI threatens product performance, potentially increasing design time and costs.

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Jason Pelletier is the Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) Laboratory Manager for Molex, which is headquartered in Lisle, Illinois. Prior to joining Molex in 2020, Jason served as an EMC subject matter expert supporting system integration and testing for Lockheed Martin Space Systems and GE Aviation. All combined Jason has over 18 years of experience, including a long history of developing test requirements that align with system performance, as well as leading multi-disciplinary teams to test complex electromechanical systems. He holds a M.S. degree in Systems Engineering from the University of Denver and B.S. degree in Electrical Engineering Technology from Metropolitan State College of Denver. Jason is also an iNARTE certified EMC Engineer. Jason and his team provide EMC test services, electromagnetic effects engineering, and system integration in the support of product development for the automotive, medical device, commercial and industrial markets.