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Impedance Analysis of EMI Filter Circuitry Used for Estimation of the Spurious Components and Boundings

Originální název

Impedance Analysis of EMI Filter Circuitry Used for Estimation of the Spurious Components and Boundings

Anglický název

Impedance Analysis of EMI Filter Circuitry Used for Estimation of the Spurious Components and Boundings

Jazyk

en

Originální abstrakt

One of the problems in the design of powerline EMI filters is the uncertainty and ambiguity of their source/load impedances which results in breach of expected filter parameters in a real installation. To cover the uncertainty of these terminating impedances, the producers of the filters usually give for their EMI filters the measured insertion loss in several different impedance conditions. This measurements are usually done in harmony with the international standard CISPR 17. These measurements cover frequency range up to 30 MHz and they are also time consuming.

Anglický abstrakt

One of the problems in the design of powerline EMI filters is the uncertainty and ambiguity of their source/load impedances which results in breach of expected filter parameters in a real installation. To cover the uncertainty of these terminating impedances, the producers of the filters usually give for their EMI filters the measured insertion loss in several different impedance conditions. This measurements are usually done in harmony with the international standard CISPR 17. These measurements cover frequency range up to 30 MHz and they are also time consuming.

BibTex


@inproceedings{BUT36260,
  author="Jiří {Dřínovský} and Jiří {Zachar} and Zdeněk {Kejík} and Václav {Růžek}",
  title="Impedance Analysis of EMI Filter Circuitry Used for Estimation of the Spurious Components and Boundings",
  annote="One of the problems in the design of powerline EMI filters is the uncertainty and ambiguity of their source/load impedances which results in breach of expected filter parameters in a real installation. To cover the uncertainty of these terminating impedances, the producers of the filters usually give for their EMI filters the measured insertion loss in several different impedance conditions. This measurements are usually done in harmony with the international standard CISPR 17. These measurements cover frequency range up to 30 MHz and they are also time consuming.",
  booktitle="Proceedings of 18th International Conference Mixdes 2011",
  chapter="36260",
  howpublished="print",
  year="2011",
  month="june",
  pages="533--536",
  type="conference paper"
}