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Ali Khoshniat (PhD Student, Santa Clara University)
Ramesh Abhari (Adjunct Associate Professor, Department of Electrical Engineering, Santa Clara University)
Location: Ballroom A
Date: Wednesday, January 29
Time: 12:00pm - 12:45pm
Track: 11. Electromagnetic Compatibility/Mitigating Interference
Format: Technical Session
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Vault Recording: TBD
Audience Level: All
Systems with high-speed digital interfaces often pose challenges in passing the radiated emission compliance tests. These tests are usually conducted at the late stages of product development. In case of compliance failure, conventional emission reduction remedies are used which are not always effective. In this paper, the design methodology for a custom-designed absorber that targets the frequency of compliance failure is introduced. The designed absorber is a Frequency Selective Surface (FSS) that is added inside the system case box. Both simulation and in-house measurement results demonstrate mitigation of radiated emission at the failure frequency by up to 6 dB.
- Understanding of the source and frequency of emission from high speed digital interfaces
- Design methodology for an absorbing Frequency Selective Surface (FSS) that targets the frequency of the emission
- Overview of an in-house radiation measurement setup and testing methodology to evaluate the FSS effectiveness
The needed basic concepts will be reviewed. Some knowledge of transmission line theory, and EMC radiated emission testing would be helpful.