Methodology for interference analysis using electromagnetic topology techniques

Kirawanich, Phumin; Gunda, Rahul; Kranthi, Nakka S.; Kroenung, Jeffery C.; Islam, N. E.
April 2004
Applied Physics Letters;4/12/2004, Vol. 84 Issue 15, p2949
Academic Journal
For simulation codes based on the electromagnetic topology theory, a method to characterize electromagnetic interference and interactions between an external source and internal circuitry of a semi-shielded system is described. Simulation results based on this technique compare well with previously measured data. Analysis also shows that the high-frequency resonances on the cable voltage and current depend on the length of the cable and its termination impedances. © 2004 American Institute of Physics.


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