The EMCmini Symposiums first started in late 2015 when we planned and presented three events in three different locations – Phoenix, Irvine and San Jose. Those events were successful with our Irvine event being sold out and the other two having satisfactory attendance by EMC engineers from around the nearby territories. For 2021, the symposium remains a highly-packed one-day event. As our entire society is slowing awakening from an enforced period of remote working and cancelled or scaled down gatherings, we expect this event to be a welcome change to a technical community that is hungry for in-person collaboration.

Target Market
These events are particularly targeted for EMC & Safety Engineers and Managers. In general, we present material that is of value to both new as well as highly experienced engineers. For our Los Angeles EMCmini Oct 7th Symposium, we estimate minimum 80 attendees to a max of 130.

The attendee registration cost is $75.00. Vendor cost is $575.00 for a Table-top style exhibit or slightly more, $875.00 for a full 10’ booth space. For our 2021 event, vendor attendance/support will be very important to our audience. The total number of vendors/exhibitors will be no more than two dozen; possibly less as space may be limited.

At the Hotel Fullerton (AKA Crowne Plaza Hotel-Fullerton), all vendors will set up in the same room as the technical presentations. The room is quite large and there will be no crowding at all. All spaces will have power. There are no additional charges for any vendor. Set up on the morning of the event is assumed for all vendors but if you need room access the night before, we may be able to arrange it. Lunch, drinks and all-day snacks are presented within the same area.

Event Format
This will be a ONE-FULL-DAY event. The morning session will start at 0830 hrs. The follow-on sessions will be presented as noted in the program but last-minute changes or additions are possible. Demonstrations are included with one or more of the presentations. A fine lunch at our hotel is included for all attendees and vendors. The Symposium will conclude by no later than 1730 hrs.

Tour w/food/drinks
After our formal symposium has concluded, an optional (TBD) has been scheduled at (TBD). All attendees and vendors will be invited to this event. Food and drinks will be served and additional test engineers will be present to answer questions. The (TBD) tour will conclude by 2000hrs. In lieu of an off-site (TBD), drinks and appetizers will be served to all attendees and vendor personnel at the hotel at conclusion of event.

To Register as an Exhibitor, just click on the selected exhibit size above. For other questions or additional information on becoming an exhibitor, please contact Gene Taylor, Exhibit Chair at 661-268-0835.


Absolute EMC
Amplifier Research
astrodyne tdi
Caprock Technical Services
Gauss Instruments
HV Technologies
InCompliance magazine
Leader Tech
lightning emc
Microwave Vision Group
Ophir RF
rhode schwartz
Toyo Corporation

The EMCmini Symposium is NEW for 2021

It is focused on the subject of testing for proof of compliance to EMC & ESD standards required by US and Global markets. From demonstrations and presentations, you will learn about detecting, localizing and reducing or eliminating unwanted RF energy from your manufactured RF devices.

Join us and get answers to the following:


  • What standards and regulations do I have to meet?
  • What are some of the key design principals?
  • How to do I troubleshoot a failing product?
  • Who can provide help?
  • What equipment is needed for in house testing?
  • What is the difference between ‘Pre’ and ‘Full’ compliance testing?
  • Why are Global considerations important and relevant to my success?