Low Frequency Signal Integrity with Hardware Demonstrations

June 19, 2024 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm America/New York Timezone
TÜV Rheinland North America, Technology and Innovation Center
400 Beaver Brook Road

Electromagnetic Compatibility Chapter

 Lee Hill – SILENT Solutions LLC  & GmbH

 Hosted at:

 TÜV Rheinland North America, Technology and Innovation Center

 Sponsored by SILENT Solutions LLC & GmbH

Thank you to our meeting sponsor!

The technical presentation will commence at 7:00PM following a social hour at 6:00 PM. Food and refreshments are provided.


6:00 pm:  Registration/check-in, complimentary food and refreshments

6:50 pm:  Welcome from TÜV Rheinland North America and IEEE EMC Boston Chapter

7:00 pm:  Presentation by Lee Hill SILENT Solutions LLC & GmbH  (abstract and bio below)

7:45 pm:  Q&A

Parking:    Complimentary parking is available

 Register:  Click here to register online: Event Registration Form : vTools Events (ieee.org)

Please register no later than June 15 in order to ensure adequate seating & catering.

Since most electrical engineers and PCB designers did not learn about low frequency signal integrity and grounding in school, it can be challenging for them to achieve good low frequency signal integrity that is vital to the performance of closed-loop systems. Precision measurements and A/D conversion of temperature, flow, pressure, current, and voltage in modern energy conversion and motion control systems are simply not possible without excellent low frequency signal integrity. During this presentation, using a signal generator, current and magnetic field probes, and an oscilloscope, Lee will model, demonstrate, and measure the signal integrity, emissions, and immunity problems that can arise in low frequency circuits.


Lee Hill, Founding Partner, SILENT Solutions LLC, Managing Director, SILENT Solutions GmbH &  EMC instructor, WPI & University of Oxford.

Lee Hill has over 35 years of experience providing hands-on hardware troubleshooting and design reviews to solve and prevent elusive regulatory and functional electrical noise problems. Lee teaches EMC worldwide with enthusiasm, humor, and a pelican case full of hardware demos. He is Founding Partner of SILENT Solutions LLC and GmbH, two electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) and RF design, troubleshooting, and training firms established in 1992 and 2017. He is an EMC instructor for Worcester Polytechnic Institute (WPI) and University of Oxford (England). Lee enjoys jogging, motorcycling, table tennis, ham radio, and international travel.

He speaks English, German, and rusty Spanish and sign language

He earned his MSEE in electromagnetics from the Missouri University of Science and Technology EMC Laboratory. Lee is the named inventor of three US patents for EMI control in electronic systems and provides expert witness services for patent litigation.