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Receptor (receiver) Source (emitter) Transfer (coupling) path FIGURE 1.1 The basic deccmpositionofthe EMC coupling problem.
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D - ... (a) Radiated emissions (b) Radiated susceptibility Noisy component Potentially susceptible component
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-.(c) Conducted emissions (d) Conducted susceptibility D Noisy component Potentially D ---- susceptible component RGURE -1.2 The four basic EMC subproblems: (a} radiated emissions; (b) radiated susceptibility; (c) conducted emissions; and (d) conducted susceptibility.
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(a) Electrostatic discharge (ESD)
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Unformatted text preview: Nuclear ~ ~~onation ~ 111111 ~ v~ m: :-.c/~. .;. . 0 . r.:~' .....-'~J' CJ .r'r( ,:. . :'/--':;-.:' 0"), /f77/7~7777777T-/77 (b) EJectromaonetic oulsefEMP\ r : 50,000 A o (c) Lightning z (d) TEMPEST (secure communication and data processing) fiGURE 1.3 Other aspects of EMC: (a) electrostatic discharge (ESD), (b) electro-. magnetic pulse (EMP), (c) lightning, (d) TEMPEST (secure communication and data processing)....
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This note was uploaded on 02/22/2011 for the course EE 529 taught by Professor Dr.j.j.whalen during the Fall '10 term at SUNY Buffalo.

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