Würth Elektronik is one of Europe’s biggest manufacturer of electronic & electromechanical components, one of the leading producers of printed circuit boards in Germany. As a specialist in the development and production of system solutions in press-fit technology, for example central electrical systems, Würth Elektronik is a development partner for many commercial vehicle manufacturers.
The Würth Elektronik group of companies, with headquarters in Niedernhall (Hohenlohe), Germany, has more than 7,400 employees worldwide and generated global sales of € 527 million in 2014.
In cooperation with the Department of Radio Reception and Processing of Signals WE company provides the electronic components (EMC, power magnetics, signal and communications, capacitors), the laboratory stand “Electromagnetics components”, optoelectronics components, power modules, electromechanical components, demonstration kits for the impulse power supplies research to improve the educational process of the Department.
Department of Radio Reception and Processing of Signals performs translation of «Trilogy of Magnetics» followed by the use of materials to familiarize students as part of the agreement with Würth Elektronik company.
Cooperation is possible thanks to Nataliya Soloshenko (graduate of the department) who works in the WE company.
Technical seminar, dedicated to electromagnetic compatibility (EMC), was conducted by design engineer of the Würth Elektronik company Lorandt Foelkel on 21st October 2015.
There were discussed the main aspects of providing the interference (noise) immunity, EMC by constructive and circuit design techniques.
Educational laboratory stand with samples of various products of the company Würth Elektronik was set to Laboratory of radioelectronics components designing (508). Also, the teaching literature on the passive element base of modern electronics was given to the department.
The seminar was attended by over 50 students and teachers of the Radio Engineering Faculty. It should be noted that this is the first such seminar for students on the DNS territory.