LONDON James Johnson, a student at the University of York, has won the annual award sponsored by Farnell and Schaffner in conjunction with the university for a project on the safety and environmental requirements of electronic equipment on railway rolling stock.
The project covered all aspects of integrating new electronic equipment into the harsh railway environment, taking full account of safety, interoperability directives and relevant EMC Directives. A major part of Johnson's work was concerned with correct EMC installation and test requirements.
“James who has worked on a very practical issue with interesting results. We wish to congratulate the University of York on the quality of the work done by their students on EMC projects and are happy to continue rewarding these achievements,”said Martin Wyatt, Northern Region Sales Manager for EMC Components at Schaffner Ltd.