The contributions of EMCMCC towards books / print media.
last updated on 01/06/2017
last updated on 01/06/2017
ABSTRACT: Electromagnetic Compatibility When designing electronic equipment, but also in the construction of electrical installations, the effects of electromagnetic fields cannot be ignored. The book 'Electromagnetic Compatibility' gives an overview of all basic principles and the way they should be managed to prevent problems with electromagnetic interference or to solve them and to design equipment that meets the EMC regulations. The book is of great benefit for designers and engineers, and can also serve as an important basis for employee training. It is also ideal as teaching material for university courses. It offers an up-to-date and practical picture of the current state of affairs in the field of electromagnetic compatibility and gives directions for design and installation methods. "Electromagnetic Compatibility" is a completely revised and updated version of the book from Dr. Jasper Goedbloed, which was published in a Dutch and an English edition. The present author, BSc Mart Coenen, is a recognized authority in the field of EMC and a popular speaker at national and international EMC conferences. Size: 448 pages, Language: English, ISBN 978-90-8572-034-8
ABSTRACT: Electromagnetic Compatibility of Integrated Circuits: Techniques for Low Emission and Susceptibility focuses on the electromagnetic compatibility of integrated circuits. The basic concepts, theory, and an extensive historical review of integrated circuit emission and susceptibility are provided. Standardized measurement methods are detailed through various case studies. EMC models for the core, I/Os, supply network, and packaging are described with applications to conducted switching noise, signal integrity, near-field and radiated noise. Case studies from different companies and research laboratories are presented with in-depth descriptions of the ICs, test set-ups, and comparisons between measurements and simulations. Specific guidelines for achieving low emission and susceptibility derived from the experience of EMC experts are presented.
ABSTRACT: This book is part of the Analog Circuit Design series and contains the revised contributions of all speakers of the 19th workshop on Advances in Analog Circuit Design (AACD), which was organized by Wolfgang Pribyl of Graz University of Technology. The workshop was held in the magnificent aula of the Graz University of Technology, Graz, Austria on March 23–25, 2010. The book comprises 18 tutorial papers, divided in three chapters, each discussing a very relevant to-date topic in the area of analog circuit design. Each tutorial is presented by an expert in the field and state-of-the-art information is shared and discussed with the audience.