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About this product
- Author(s)Mark Steffka,Terence Rybak
- PublisherSpringer-Verlag New York Inc.
- Date of Publication24/04/2013
- GenreElectronics Engineering & Communications Engineering
- Place of PublicationNew York, NY
- Country of PublicationUnited States
- ImprintSpringer-Verlag New York Inc.
- Content Note98 black & white illustrations, biography
- Weight480 g
- Width155 mm
- Height235 mm
- Spine17 mm
- Edition StatementSoftcover reprint of the original 1st ed. 2004
- Table Of ContentsPreface. 1: What is EMC. 1.1. Background. 1.2. Technology and EMC. 1.3. Communication Technology Evolution. 1.4. Convergence of Technology and Automotive Systems. 1.5. Future Trends. 2: System Level Issues. 2.1. Definition of Component and System. 2.2. Significance to EMC. 3: Power and Signal Return. 3.1. Introduction. 3.2. Current Path. 3.3. Safety Grounding. 3.4. Single Point Ground (Single Reference). 4: Basic Concepts Used in EMC. 4.1. Antennas. 4.2. Omni-Directional Antennas. 4.3. Other components in EMC. 4.4. Ideal and Actual Components. 4.5. Transmission Lines. 4.6. Shields. 4.7. Fourier series and Frequency Spectrum Envelope. 4.8. Capacitors, Inductors, and Actual Properties. 4.9. Filtering Overview. 4.10. Enclosure Shielding. 4.11. Shield Discontinuities. 5: Electromagnetic Fields. 5.1. Introduction. 5.2. Characteristics of the Electromagnetic Environment. 5.3. Comparison of Circuit Theory with EM Field Theory. 5.4. Maxwell's equations. 5.5. Regions Around a Source: 5.6. Polarization. 6: EMC Testing. 6.1. EMC Disciplines. 6.2. Radiated Emissions Diagnostics. 6.3. How a Switching Transient Occurs. 6.4. Test Methods. 6.5. Analysis of Results. 6.6. Coaxial Cables. 6.7. A 'Virtual' Tour of AN EMC Lab. 7: EMC Modeling. 7.1. The Value of EMC Modeling. 7.2. Emissions modeling. 7.3. Goal of modeling. 8: Effects of Cable and Harnessing. 8.1. Conducted emissions and immunity. 8.2. Auto Industry EMC Approaches. 8.3. Filter Placement. 8.4. Coupling between wires. 8.5. Grounding and PCB layout. 8.6. Ferrites. 8.7. Attenuating Common Mode Currents on Unshielded Cables. 8.8. Higher-Frequency Emissions. 9: Automobile Electrical/Electronics Systems. 9.1. Vehicle Generated Radiated Emissions. 9.2. Bandwidth Relates to 'Selectivity'. 9.3. Broadband Noise. 9.4. Narrowband noise. 9.5. Signal Characteristics. 9.6. RE Differences Between 'Identical' Components. 9.7. Vehicle radiated emissions test. 9.8. Summary. 9.9. Digital System Design. 9.10. Electromagnetic Environment. 9.11. EMC Issue: Immunity to External Fields. 9.12. Inexpensive shielding methods. 9.13. EMC Design for Immunity. 9.14. Immunity Threshold. 9.15. Auto Industry 'Best Practices'. 9.16. Ignition Systems. 10: EMC Rules and Regulations. 10.1. Introduction. 10.2. Radiated Emissions Requirements. 10.3. Governmental Requirements. 10.4. FCC Part 15. 10.5. 'Microvolts per Meter' and Watts. 11: Vehicle System Electrical Transients. 11.1. Background. 11.2. Overview of the Vehicle Transient Environment. 11.3. Component Selection. 11.4. Logic Families and dV/dt. 11.5. Logic Families and dI/dt. 11.6.
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