This comprehensive new resource provides methods and tools for defining EMC requirements and techniques for performing predictions and calculations to achieve electromagnetic compatibility. This book demonstrates how radar, communications, and navigation systems can function without interference. EMC requirements for the device, platform, site, and arena level are discussed and EMC detection analysis is utilized to predict EMC problems. The book explores the interference between receiving and transmitting electronic systems and examines intersystem and intrasystem EMC.
Techniques and mathematical framework for performing EMC prediction and calculations to solve electromagnetic compatibility problems are highlighted. Moreover, this book presents classic methods and several original EMC calculation procedures including new approaches in mathematical development of interference probability calculations. Readers learn how to anticipate problems and then define EMC solutions.
Table Of Contents
Definitions; EMC Requirements; EMC Analysis and Survey; Interference Type; Interference from Both Transmitter and Receiver; Interference from the Transmitter; Interference from the Receiver; Calculating the Received Interference Level; Interference Margin and Its Meaning; The Interference Range and the Reception Range; Propagation Models for EMC; Coupling Between Antennas; Relative Angels Between Antennas; Antenna Gain in Intercardinal Angles; Near Field; Interference Probability; Interference Probability–Antenna Patterns Aspect; Probability of Frequency Difference; Probability of Pulse Interference; Pulse Interference to Digital Communication; EMC Between Synchronous Hopping Devices; EMC Solutions; EMC Tests; Appendix–Device EMC Specifications Table.