EMI Troubleshooting Cookbook for Product Designers is a one-stop guide that will help engineers and technicians who have products which fail to meet EMI/EMC regulatory standards. It provides recipes of simple, easily implemented, and inexpensive troubleshooting tools or aids that can be built by the engineer or the technician. Written in a very simple style requiring only minimal electromagnetic theory and math, the cookbook will teach the engineer and technician to develop a process for troubleshooting--making it a straight-forward approach to solving what may seem like a rather complicated problem. Real-world stories are used to further illustrate both the concepts put forth in the book and the thinking process required when troubleshooting EMI problems. All materials are organized around these main aspects in a logical way, providing accessible, useful, complete coverage of the main aspects of the mitigation/troubleshooting philosophy. The book's less technical approach and balanced coverage of both basic theory and practical aspects will provide guidelines on how to approach an EMI failure, things to try, choosing the appropriate component, to how to choose the right parts and balance between cost and performance.