Publication detail

Techniques to reduce electromagnetic noice produced by wired electronic devices.

CHVÁTAL, T.

Original Title

Techniques to reduce electromagnetic noice produced by wired electronic devices.

English Title

Techniques to reduce electromagnetic noice produced by wired electronic devices.

Type

journal article

Language

en

Original Abstract

The article describes possible ways and techniques for reducing the electromagnetic interference that is produced by electronic devices. Provided information can help engineers to easier identify root cause of product noncompliance in the field of electromagnetic interference. Experimental measurements supports provided theory about cable assembly interaction with the unintentional generator output quantities occupying frequency spectrum.

English abstract

The article describes possible ways and techniques for reducing the electromagnetic interference that is produced by electronic devices. Provided information can help engineers to easier identify root cause of product noncompliance in the field of electromagnetic interference. Experimental measurements supports provided theory about cable assembly interaction with the unintentional generator output quantities occupying frequency spectrum.

Keywords

electromagnetic, interference, emissions, spectrum, experimental, measurement, bandwidth, anechoic chamber, electric field, frequency, monopole, noncompliance, product development, unintentional, ground plane, resolution, rising, falling, harmonics, TTL logic, measurement distance.

Released

23.10.2016

Pages from

137

Pages to

141

Pages count

5

BibTex


@article{BUT129467,
  author="Tomáš {Chvátal}",
  title="Techniques to reduce electromagnetic noice produced by wired electronic devices.",
  annote="The article describes possible ways and techniques for reducing the electromagnetic interference that is produced by electronic devices. Provided information can help engineers to easier identify root cause of product noncompliance in the field of electromagnetic interference. Experimental measurements supports provided theory about cable assembly interaction with the unintentional generator output quantities occupying frequency spectrum.",
  chapter="129467",
  number="5",
  volume="18",
  year="2016",
  month="october",
  pages="137--141",
  type="journal article"
}