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Tang, Xiaobin / Gao, Bin / Zhang, Yu

Design Technology of System-level EMC Engineering

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    Presents updated theories, technologies and applications of system-level EMC Demonstrates engineering design via simulations Rich in practical examples and case studies

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    This book introduces the state-of-the-art research progress of system-level EMC, including theories, design technologies, principles and applications in practice. The engineering design, simulation, prediction, analysis, test, stage control as well as effectiveness evaluation are discussed in detail with extensive project experiences, making the book an essential reference for researchers and industrial engineers.


    24.0 x 17.0 cm
    Approx. x, 387 pages
    200 Fig. 65 Tables
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    Xiaobin Tang, Bin Gao, China Academy of Electronics and Information Technology; Yu Zhang, Xidian University, China.


    Table of Contents Chapter 1 Introduction and Preview1.1 Introduction1.2 Design technologies of system-level EMC engineering1.2.1 Application demands of system-level EMC technology engineering1.2.2 Research focus of design technology of system-level EMC engineering1.3 Design flow of system-level EMC engineering1.4 Standards related to system-level EMC engineering designReferenceChapter 2 Theoryof system-level EMC2.1 Basic concept2.2 Electromagnetic interference sources2.2.1 Conditions of EMI2.2.2 Types of EMI sources2.3 Theory of transmission and coupling of EM energy2.3.1 Path of EMI Coupling2.3.2 Basic theory of conduction coupling2.3.3 Basic theory of radiation coupling2.4 Characteristic of EM sensitivity sources2.4.1 Channel model of receiver2.4.2 Blockage, crossover distortion and intermodulation of receiver2.5 Examples of the application of EMC theoryReferenceChapter 3 Engineering design of system-level EMC3.1 Design method3.2 Design principles3.3 Design flow3.3.1 Comfirmation of boundary condition3.3.2 Predictive analysis3.3.3 Multi-level design3.4 Content of design3.4.1 Design for controlling the EM emission and Sensitivity of equipment/sub-system3.4.2 Design for controlling inter-antenna interference3.4.3 Design for controlling inter-cable intereference3.4.4 Design for EM radiation protection3.4.5 Design of lapping and grounding3.4.6 Design for lightning protection3.4.7 Design for electrostatic protection3.4.8 Design of power supply3.5 Examples of Engineering designReferenceChapter 4 Theory and method of system-level EM simulation4.1 EM simulation methods4.1.1 Frequency-domain method4.1.2 Time-domain method4.1.3 High-frequency algorithm4.1.4 High-low Frequency Hybrid Algorithm4.1.5 Parallel computing for EM simulation4.2 Examples of airborne antenna system-level EMC simulation4.2.1 Radiation and coupling of airborne monopole antenna4.2.2 Radiation of airborne microstrip phased array antenna4.2.3 Radiation of waveguide slots phased array antenna on metal slab4.2.4 Radiation of airborne waveguide slots phased array antenna4.3 SummaryReferenceChapter5 Analysis of system-level EMC prediction5.1 Theory of system-level EMC prediction5.1.1 Equation of System-level EMC prediction5.1.2 Transmitter model5.1.3 Receiver model5.1.4 Antenna model5.1.5 Transmission model5.2 Strategy of system-level EMC prediction5.2.1 Step of system-level EMC prediction5.2.2 Method of system-level EMC prediction5.3 Introduction of EMC prediction softwares5.3.1 Domestic and international EMC Prediction softwares5.3.2 EMC softwares for Airborne platform5.4 Examples of System-level EMC predictionReferenceChapter6 Experiment and assessment of system-level EMC6.1 EMC tests and experiment system frame6.2 System-level EMC tests and experiment contents6.2.1 Equipment-level/LRU-level EMC experiment6.2.2 Sub-system/Rack-level EMC experiment6.2.3 Whole-system EMC experiment6.2.4 Verification tests of EM environment adaptability6.2.5 Test results and report details of system-level EMC experiment6.3 Experimental facility and test field of EMC6.3.1 Open area test field6.3.2 Semi-anechoic chamber6.3.3 Reverberation chamber6.3.4 TEM chamber6.3.5 GTEM chamber6.3.6 Shielded room6.4 Evaluation method of system-level EMC experiment6.4.1 Experiment method of EMI emission and EM sensitivity6.4.2 Experiment method of system-level EMC6.4.3 Evaluation method of system-level EMC6.5 Typical evaluation platform for EMC experiment and Examples of their application6.5.1 Equipment-level and subsystem-level EMC varification system6.5.2 Monitoring System of EM environment and EM spectrum6.5.3 System of HPM excitation for EM environment6.5.4 Verification and evaluation system for EM environmental effectsReferenceChapter7 Stage control of System-level EMC7.1 Stage Control technology of spatial EMC7.1.1 Basic concept of spatial EMC control7.1.2 Design flow of spatial EMC control7.2 Stage Control technology of frequency-domain EMC7.2.1 Basic concept of frequency-domain distribution EMC7.2.2 Design flow of freqency management7.3 Stage Control technology of energy-domain EMC7.3.1 Basic concept of filtering7.3.2 Design flow of filtering7.4 Stage Control technology of time-domain EMC7.4.1 Basic concept of time-domain EMC control7.4.2 Design flow of time-domain EMC control7.5 Application Examples of System-level EMC controlReferenceChapter8 Applications in engineering projects and progress in new technologies8.1 Design of system-level EMC8.1.1 Basic status of system-level EM environment8.1.2 Design of system-level EM environment8.2 Simulation of EMC prediction8.2.1 Analysis of EMC prediction8.2.2 Simulation of EMC prediction8.3 System-level EMC testing8.3.1 Equipment-level / subsystem-level EMC testing8.3.2 System-level EMC testing8.4 System-level EMC control8.4.1 Design control8.4.2 Testing control8.5 System-level EMC Evaluation8.6 EMC new technologies and progress8.6.1 Comprehensive design technology8.6.2 New Simulation prediction technology8.6.3 New Technology of measurement8.6.4 New Technology of EM spectrum controlReference

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