James has 15+ years experience in EMC design, testing, fault finding and problem diagnosis and in running an EMC test laboratory. He finds his wide ranging electronics and product design background invaluable in coming up with innovative solutions to all manner of EMC problems.
He has worked in the electronics industry since 2002 after graduating with a 1st class Honours degree in Electronics Design from the University of Huddersfield. His career has spanned several different disciplines including industrial LCD monitor design, SMPS, microcontroller coding, environmental testing, thermal design and simulation, Gbps high-speed digital design/test, and project management.
In his 15 years as a design engineer he worked on around 15 separate projects with overall production volumes in the millions.
After redundancy from the closure of his previous employer in 2017 he purchased the EMC test lab assets and set up Unit 3 Compliance because he liked working in EMC and was daft enough to try self employment.
He is a member of the IEEE including the IEEE EMC Society and IEEE Product Safety Engineering Society
James is a keen cyclist, commuting the 11 mile journey to and from work in all kinds of weather. He is also a board gamer (likes: Gloomhaven, WH40k, Eurogames, D&D; – dislikes: social deduction games, Monopoly). He loves walking and wild swimming when he finds time, and can occasionally be found on the local hills, usually muddy.
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