School of Electrical, Electronic and Computer Engineering

Electromagnetic compatibility

Electromagnetic compatibility-electromagnetic interference (EMC-EMI) effects are an important consideration in the design of modern electronics.

Radiation from printed circuit board (PCB) interconnections can be a significant contributor to the EMC and/or EMI performance of electronic systems and needs to be taken into account in the design process.

This research aims to provide a quantitative analysis and qualitative understanding of this important relationship which is intended for designers of PCB circuit and high-speed digital electronics.

Technical documents by Bert Wong

  1. Literature review
  2. Radiated Emission – Theoretical Development
  3. Radiated Emission Validation – Damping
  4. Signal Integrity Management – Damping
  5. Signal Integrity Validation – Damping

Literature review

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Radiated Emission – Theoretical Development

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Radiated Emission Validation – Damping

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Signal Integrity Management – Damping

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Signal Integrity Validation – Damping

 
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