Emc and the printed circuit board

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EMC Made Simple - Printed Circuit Board and System Design by Mark I. Montrose

This book simplifies the complex field of electromagnetic compatibility into easy concepts without the need for complicated math or extensive computational analysis. Learn how to design printed circuit boards and systems quickly with just five easy equations. Electromagnetic compatibility requirements are easily achieved with the authors unique approach by transforming Maxwells Equations (calculus) into Ohms Law (algebra) in a visual manner. Everyone, regardless of experience, will benefit from learning a new way of solving complex field problems using an oscilloscope instead of a spectrum analyzer. Signal propagation is based on transmission line theory. If one can visualize losses in a transmission line, it becomes easy to achieve EMC at low cost as well as enhanced signal integrity. Easy to read chapters simplify theoretical concepts for those who never took a electromagnetics course in college, or designers that seek to re-learn and understand electromagnetic theory as it applies to both printed circuit boards and systems presented in a revolutionary manner. This book contains the following chapters: Maxwell Made Simple Inductance Made Simple Transmission Line Theory Made Simple Power Distribution Networks Made Simple Referencing Made Simple (a.k.a. Grounding) Shielding, Gasketing and Filtering Made Simple
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Mark I. Montrose

EMC for Printed Circuit Boards

This reference text shows how and why RF energy is created within a printed circuit board, and the manner in which propagation occurs. With thorough explanations, this book enables engineers to grasp both the fundamentals of EMC theory and signal integrity, along with the mitigation process needed to prevent an EMC event while maintaining optimal functionality for low - and high-technology products. Montrose also shows the relationship between time and frequency domains, helping one meet mandatory compliance requirements. About the Author Mark I. Montrose is principal consultant of Montrose Compliance Services, Inc.

Skip to Main Content. Using real-world examples the book features: Clear discussions, without complex mathematical analysis, of flux minimization concepts Extensive analysis of capacitor usage for various applications Detailed examination of components characteristics with various grounding methodologies, including implementation techniques An in-depth study of transmission line theory A careful look at signal integrity, crosstalk, and termination. A not-for-profit organization, IEEE is the world's largest technical professional organization dedicated to advancing technology for the benefit of humanity. Use of this web site signifies your agreement to the terms and conditions. Personal Sign In. For IEEE to continue sending you helpful information on our products and services, please consent to our updated Privacy Policy. Email Address.

This accessible, new reference work shows how and why RF energy is created within a printed circuit board and the manner in which propagation occurs. With lucid explanations, this book enables engineers to grasp both the fundamentals of EMC theory and signal integrity and the mitigation process needed to prevent an EMC event. Author Montrose also shows the relationship between time and frequency domains to help you meet mandatory compliance requirements placed on printed circuit boards. This reference text shows how and why RF energy is created within a printed circuit board, and the manner in which propagation occurs. With thorough explanations, this book enables engineers to grasp both the fundamentals of EMC theory and signal integrity, along with the mitigation process needed to prevent an EMC event while maintaining optimal functionality for low - and high-technology products. Montrose also shows the relationship between time and frequency domains, helping one meet mandatory compliance requirements.

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Printed circuit board layout is often the single most important factor affecting the electromagnetic compatibility of electronic systems. Taking the time to ensure that components are properly placed and traces are optimally routed will generally result in products that meet all electromagnetic compatibility and signal integrity requirements on time and on budget. Proper layout is particularly important in mixed-signal boards boards with both analog and digital circuits. Minor mistakes in the layout of these boards can make the difference between a reliable product and a product with severe susceptibility problems. This course stresses the fundamental concepts and tools that board designers must be familiar with to avoid electromagnetic compatibility and signal integrity problems. Students completing the course will be able to make good decisions regarding component selection, component placement, and trace routing. In addition, students will have the knowledge and tools necessary to design effective power distribution and grounding strategies for both digital and mixed-signal boards.

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