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Table Of Contents

1.1 Introduction
1.2 Examples
1.3 Some Definitions
1.3.1 Static Fields
1.3.2 Low-Frequency EMF
1.3.3 High-Frequency EMF
1.3.4 Ionizing radiation
1.4 Basic Coupling Mechanisms
ˆ Capacitive coupling
1.4.1 Capacitive Coupling
1.4.2 Inductive coupling
1.4.3 Galvanic coupling
1.4.4 Line-coupled disturbances
1.5.1 Capacitive Coupling
1.5.2 Inductive Coupling
1.5.3 Reduction wires
1.5.4 Galvanic Coupling
1.5.5 Radiated coupling
2.1 How to draw up a TCF
2.1.1 Introduction
2.1.2 Contents of the technical construction file:
2.2 Identification of apparatus
2.3 Technical description of apparatus
2.4 The technical rationale
2.4.1 Why
2.4.2 How
2.5 Significant design aspects
2.6 Test data
2.7 How the TCF is assessed
2.9 Examples of TCFs
3 Electromagnetic Waves
3.1 The electromagnetic wave
3.1.1 Introduction
3.2 Ionizing and non-ionizing radiations
3.2.1 Ionizing radiation
3.2.2 Non-Ionizing radiation
3.3 The spectrum of electromagnetic radiation
3.4 The radio frequency spectrum
3.5 Maxwell Equations
4 Measurements
4.1 Introduction
4.2 Fundamentals of EMI measurements
4.2.3 Time versus frequency domain measurements
4.2.4 Fundamental quantities and units of measurement
4.3 Instrumentation for EMI measurement
4.3.1 Electromagnetic sensors
4.3.2 Signal transmission
4.3.3 Measuring instruments
5 Electromagnetic Modelling
5.1 Introduction
5.2 Method of Moments (MOM)
5.3 Finite Element Modelling
5.4 Finite Difference Time Domain (FDTD)
5.5 Transmission Line Matrix (TLM)
5.6 Other Techniques
5.7 Discussion
6 Radiated Problems
6.1 Radiated emission & radiated susceptibility
6.1.1 Coupling mechanisms
6.2.4 Loop antenna
6.3 Three Step Design Strategy
6.3.1 ‘Natural’ Antennas
6.3.2 Antenna Characteristics
6.3.3 Directive Antennas
6.3.4 Standing-Wave Antennas
6.3.5 Resonant Antennas
6.3.6 Travelling-Wave Antennas
6.3.7 Influence of Near-by Conductive Bodies
6.3.8 Linear Antennas
6.3.9 Half-Wave Antennas
6.3.10 Loop Antennas
6.3.11 Natural Antennas Formed by Cables
6.3.12 Transmission Lines and Cables
6.3.13 Extended ‘Natural Antennas’
6.3.14 The Overall Picture
6.3.15 Isotropic radiator
6.3.16 Uniform array
6.3.17 Null placement
6.4 Illustrative EMC Example
6.4.1 Interference in a small loop
6.4.2 Broadband antennas
6.5 Shielding
6.5.1 Basic Physical Ideas
6.5.2 Static (or quasi-static) field shielding
6.5.3 Enclosures
6.5.4 Shielding effectiveness
6.5.5 Effects of apertures
7 Conducted Problems
7.1.1 Interference
7.1.2 Conducted emissions
7.1.3 Conducted interference in the circuit
7.1.4 Sources
7.2 Suppression of conducted interference
1. transient suppressors;
7.2.1 Transient suppressors
7.2.2 Interference suppression capacitors
7.2.3 Line filters
7.2.4 Line voltage regulation
7.2.5 Bypass and decoupling capacitors
7.2.6 Signal filters
7.3 Interconnection techniques
7.4 Conclusions and Summary
8 ESD & Transient Problems
8.1 Defining the problem
8.2 ESD legends, anecdotes and tales
8.3 How electrostatic charge does it occur?
8.4 Insulative, conductive and static dissipative
8.5 Two main outcomes for a single ESD
8.6 The first ESD attempt: efficient grounding
8.8 Guarding ESD effects while shipping or
8.9 Thinking ‘ESD’ when starting hardware
8.10 Auxiliary techniques for anti-static
8.11 Software Immunity
8.12 ATTN: Static Sensitive Device!
9 Design Rules for EMC
9.1 Types of EMC Problem
9.1.1 Excessive RF Emissions
9.1.2 Poor Susceptibility (lack of Immunity)
9.2 Where emissions come from
9.2.1 Conductors
9.2.2 Choosing your capacitors (resistance is useless)
9.3 What makes a circuit susceptible?
9.4 What transients do
9.5.1 Reflection (Stories about shielding)
9.5.2 Absorption (Fibs about filtering)
9.5.3 Conduction (a grasp of grounding)
9.11 Typical Input/Output circuits
10 Emissions Tests
10.1 Overview
10.2 EMC Analysis—Decision flow-chart
10.3 Radiated Emission Chamber Tests
10.3.1 The Line Impedance Stabilization Network (LISN)
10.3.2 Open Area Test Sites (OATS)
11 Susceptibility / Immunity Tests
11.1 EMC Immunity Tests
11.2 The Stripline
11.3 The TEM Cell
11.4 The GTEM Cell
11.5 Bulk Current Injection
11.6 Mode Stirred Chambers
11.7 Radiated Susceptibility Testing
11.8 EMC Emmissions Tests
1. Radiated Emissions in a GTEM Cell
11.9 Radiated Emissions in a GTEM Cell
11.10 Radiated Emissions Measurements in a
11.14 Conducted Emissions Measurement with
12 ESD & Transient Tests
12.1 Testing the most disturbing ESD event
12.2 ESD immunity investigation
12.3 Primary Models for ESD occurrence
12.3.1 Human Body Model (HBM)
12.3.2 Machine Model (M.M.)
12.3.3 Charged Device Model (CDM)
12.4 Other tests, tips and interpretations
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EMC Teorie Manual Adascalitei

EMC Teorie Manual Adascalitei

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