Non-ideal Behavior of Wires
Set # 2
Interference problems are typically occurred at high
frequencies where circuit components such as R, L, C, and
wires can have highly non-ideal behavior.
In circuit theory (@ low frequencies), a wire is theoretically
c

Techniques in Electromagnetic
Compatibility (EMC)
Marking Scheme:
Comprehensive 20 3-report project (Grad), Rules TBA during class.
Project
(a) Literature review & tasks (due: Feb 8)
(b) Preliminary results (due Mar 14) and
(c) Final report (due Mar 28)
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Set#3
Radiated Emission: Introduction
Radiated Wave
In this part, we will discuss the
mechanisms by which EM
fields are generated in an
Signal
electronic device.
Time-varying currents on wires,
PCB lands, or any other conductor
in a system will radiate

3/9/2016
Chapter 9
Numerical Integration
Introduction
A wide range of engineering problems encounter
definite integrals:
=
function f(x) is integrant
a and b are the limits of integration.
The result of this definite integral is the net
area between

3/7/2016
Chapter8
Numerical differentiation
1
3/7/2016
Introduction
Differentiation is a measure of rate of change of a
quantity.
Rate of change of position of a particle respect to
time is velocity. The first derivative of velocity
(or the second deriv

1/17/2016
Chapter3
Nonlinear Equations
Introduction
Consider a nonlinear equation f(x) = 0. f is a
function of the single variable x.
A solution to (root of) f is a numerical value that
satisfies f(x) = 0.
A nonlinear equation may have one, more than
o

1/10/2016
Chapters1&2
Introduction
Error Analysis
Taylor Series Expansion
Why Numerical Methods?
When mathematical problems cannot be solved or are not
easy to be solved analytically, numerical methods should be
used.
An analytical approach gives an exa

1/27/2016
Chapter 4
Solving a System of Linear
Equations
Introduction
A system of n linear equations in n unknowns is
presented as follows:
+ + + =
+ + + =
. . . .
. . . .
+ + + =
In the matrix notation:
=
[a] is the coefficient matrix (nn),