536 pages | 240 B/W Illus.
Circuits are faster and more tightly packed than ever, wireless technologies increase the electromagnetic (EM) noise environment, new materials entail entirely new immunity issues, and new standards govern the field of electromagnetic compatibility (EMC). Maintaining the practical and comprehensive approach of its predecessor, Principles and Techniques of Electromagnetic Compatibility, Second Edition reflects these emerging challenges and new technologies introduced throughout the decade since the first edition appeared.
What's new in the Second Edition?
Along with new and updated content, this edition also includes additional worked examples that demonstrate how estimates can guide the early stages of design. The focus remains on building a sound foundation on the fundamental concepts and linking this to practical applications, rather than supplying application-specific fixes that do not easily generalize to other areas.
UNDERLYING CONCEPTS AND TECHNIQUES
Introduction to Electromagnetic Compatibility
Electrical Circuit Components
Electrical Signals and Circuits
GENERAL EMC CONCEPTS AND TECHNIQUES
Sources of Electromagnetic Interference
Penetration through Shields and Apertures
Propagation and Crosstalk
Simulation of the Electromagnetic Coupling Between Systems
Effects of Electromagnetic Interference on Devices and Systems
INTERFERENCE CONTROL TECHNIQUES
Shielding and Grounding
Filtering and Nonlinear Protective Devices
General EMC Design Principles
EMC STANDARDS AND TESTING
EMC Measurements and Testing
EMC IN SYSTEMS DESIGN
EMC and Signal Integrity (SI)
EMC and Wireless Technologies
EMC and Broadband Technologies
EMC and Safety
Appendix A: Useful Vector Formulae
Appendix B: Circuit Parameters of Some Conductor Configurations
Appendix C: The sinx/x Function
Appendix D: Spectra of Trapezoidal Waveforms
Appendix E: Calculation of the Electric Field Received by a Short Electric Dipole