Applied Electromagnetics and Electromagnetic Compatibility

ISBN-10: 0471165492
ISBN-13: 9780471165491
Edition: 2006
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List price: $120.00
Copyright year: 2006
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons, Incorporated
Publication date: 11/11/2005
Binding: Hardcover
Pages: 486
Size: 6.50" wide x 9.50" long x 1.00" tall
Weight: 2.332
Language: English

Applied Electromagnetics and Electromagnetic Compatibility deals with Radio Frequency Interference (RFI), which is the reception of undesired radio signals originating from digital electronics and electronic equipment. With today's rapid development of radio communication, these undesired signals as well as signals due to natural phenomena such as lightning, sparking, and others are becoming increasingly important in the general area of Electro Magnetic Compatibility (EMC). EMC can be defined as the capability of some electronic equipment or system to be operated at desired levels of performance in a given electromagnetic environment without generating EM emissions unacceptable to other systems operating in the vicinity.

DIPAK L. SENGUPTA, PhD, is Professor Emeritus and Research Scientist at the Radiation Laboratory, Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor. He is a Life Fellow of IEEE, and his professional interests are in the areas of antennas, electromagnetics, electromagnetic compatibility, and navigation systems.VALDIS V. LIEPA, PhD, is a Research Scientist at the Radiation Laboratory, Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, where he works on problems relating to applied electromagnetics and EMC compliance. Dr. Liepa is a Life Member of IEEE.

Preface
Acknowledgments
General Considerations
Introduction
Definitions
Interference mechanisms
Examples
Discussion
References
The Electromagnetic Environment
Introduction
Natural Noise
Man-Made Noise
CW and Transient Sources
Characteristic Parameters of Authorized Radiators
Noise Emission Intensity
Home Environment
Discussion of Noise Sources
Subject Matter of the Book
References
Fundamentals of Fields and Waves
Introduction
Basic Parameters
Time Dependent Relations
Continuity of Current and Conservation of Charge
Faraday's Law
Ampere's Circuital Law
Lorentz Force Law
Maxwell's Equations
Historical Commt:nts on Maxwell's Equations
Media Considerations
Boundary Conditions
Energy Flow and Poynting's Theorem
Uniqueness Theorem
Harmonically Oscillating Fields
Introduction
Phasors
Time Harmonic Relations
Complex Permittivity
Boundary Conditions Again
Notes on the Solution
The Complex Poynting Theorem
The Wave Equation
Time Dependent Case
Time Hannonic Case
Uniform Plane Waves
General Considerations
Energy Considerations
Group Velocity
Summary
General Representation of TEM Waves
Plane Waves in Lossy Media
Skin Effect
Polarization of Plane Waves
Reflection and Refraction (Transmission) of Plane Waves
Normal Incidence on a Plane Interface
Oblique Incidence
References
Problems
Signal Waveform and Spectral Analysis
Introduction
Classification of Signals
Energy Signals
Definitions
A Rectangular Pulse
Power Signals
Periodic Signals
Trapezoidal Waveform
Examples of Some Signals
References
Problems
Transmission Lines
Introduction
Basic Discussion
Transverse Electromagnetic (TEM) Transmission Lines
Telegrapher's Equations: Quasi-Lumped Circuit Model
Wave Equations
Frequency Domain Analysis
General Solution
Further Discussion of Propagation Constant and Characteristic Impedance
Voltage, Current, and Impedance Relations
Line Parameters
Coaxial Line
Parallel Wire Line
Parallel Plate Line
Circular Wire above a Ground Plane
Microstrip Line
Stripline
Comments
Transients on Transmission Lines
Initial and Final
Transient Values
Measurements
Slotted Line Measurements
Network Analyzer Measurement
References
Problems
Antennas and Radiation
Introduction
Potential Functions
Radiation from a Short Current Element
Complete Fields
Near Zone and Far Zone Considerations
Near Zone and Far Zone Fields
Radiated Power and Radiation Pattern
Wave Impedance
Radiation from a Small <st1:place w:st="on">Loop</st1:place> of Current
Complete Fields
Far Zone Fields
Radiated Power
Wave Impedance
Fundamental Antenna Pal-ameters
Radiation Intensity
Directivity and Gain
Far Fields of Arbitrary Current Distributions
The Radiation Vector and the Far Fields
Vector Effective Length of an Antenna
Summary
Linear Antennas
Center-Fed Linear Antenna
Far Fields of a Dipole of Length
Radiated Power and Directivity
Cosine, Sine, and Modified Cosine Integrals
The Half-Wave Dipole
Near Field and Far Field Regions
Basic Assumptions
Point or Small Sources
Extended Sources
Definitions of Various Regions
Specific Values of the Region Boundaries
Equivalent Circuits of Antennas
Transmitting Antenna
Receiving Antennas
Equivalent Area
Antenna Arrays
General Considerations
A Two-Element Array
Antennas Above Ground
Ground and Ground Plane
Image Theory
Images of Electric Current Elements above Perfect Ground
Dipoles above Ground
Monopole Antennas
Biconical Antenna
Biconical Transmission Line
Finite Biconical Antenna
References
Problems
Behavior of Circuit Components
Introduction
The Series RLC Circuit
Definitions of Lumped Circuit Paranleters R, L, and C.
Circuit Theory Description
Field Theory Description
Round Wires
Resistance
Internal Inductance
External Inductance of Round Wire Configurations
General Relations
Circular Loops
Inductance of Straight Wires
Partial Inductance
Inductance of a Closed Rectangular <st1:place w:st="on">Loop.</st1:place>
Other Configurations
Printed Circuit Board (PCB) Lines
Microstrip, Strip, and Coplanar Lines
Behavior of Circuit Elements
Bode Plots
Resistors
Capacitors
Inductors
References
Problems
Radiated Emissions and Susceptibility
Introduction
Main Requirements
Emissions from Linear Elements
Two Parallel Currents
Introduction
Two Parallel Currents
Transmission Line Models for Susceptibility
Introduction
Voltage Induced on the Two-Wire Transmission Line
References
Electromagnetic Shielding
Introduction
Definitions
Shielding Effectiveness
Introduction
SE Expressions for Computation
Shielding Effectiveness: Near Field llluniination
Electric and Magnetic Sources
SE Expressions: Near Zone Considerations
Discussion
Far Zone Fields
Near Zone Fields
References
Coupling between Devices
Introduction
Capacitive (Electric) Coupling
Magnetic (Inductive) Coupling
Some Basic Concepts
Shielding of the Receptor Conductor
References
Electrostatic Discharge (ESD)
Introduction
Accumulation of Static Charge on Bodies
Charging and Charge Separation
Human Body as Source of ESD
ESD Waveforms
Human Body Circuit Model
ESD Generator and ESD Test
References
EMC Standards
Introduction
Current <st1:country-region w:st="on"><st1:place w:st="on">US</st1:place></st1:country-region> Standards
Introduction
FCC Radiated Emission Limits for Digital Devices
FCC Conducted Emission Limits for Digital Devices
EMIIEMC Standards: Non-US Countries
CISPR Standards
European Norms
References
Measurements of Emission
Introduction
General
Radiated Emissions
Introduction
Receiver
Antennas
Some Results
Conducted Emissions
Introduction
Noise on Power Supply Lines
Transients on Power Supply Lines
Conducted Emissions from a DUT
Some Results
References
Vectors and Vector Analysis
Introduction
Definitions of Scalar and Vector Fields
Scalar Fields
Vector Fields
Vector Algebra
Definitions
Addition and Subtraction of Vectors
Multiplication of a Vector by a Scalar Quantity
Unit Vectors
Vector Displacement and Components of a Vector
Vector Surface Element
Product of Vectors
Dot Product of Two Vectors
The Cross Product of Two Vectors
Product of Three Vectors
Coordinate Systems
Three Basic Coordinate Systems
Space Variables and Base Vectors
Elementary Differential Relations
Rectangular System
Cylindrical and Spherical Systems
Transformation of Unit Vectors
Vector Calculus
Time Derivative of Vector A
Space Derivatives of a Vector A
Gradient of a Scalar Function
Flux of a Vector
Divergence of a Vector A
Curl of a Vector Function
The Laplacian V2 = V V
Comments on Notation
Some Useful Relations
Vector Algebra
Vector Identities
Integral Relations
References
Problems
Frequency Band Designations
Constitutive Relations
Index

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