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Author Vered, Uri, author.

Title Intersystem EMC analysis, interference, and solutions / Uri Vered.

Publication Info. Boston : Artech House, [2018]

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Description 1 online resource : illustrations
Series Artech House electromagnetics series
Artech House electromagnetic analysis series.
Note Includes index.
Contents Intersystem EMC Analysis, Interference, and Solutions; Contents; 1 Definitions; 1.1 Introduction; 1.2 Objectives; 1.3 Interference; 1.4 Radio Frequency Interference; 1.5 Compatibility; 1.6 EMC and RF Compatib; 1.7 Emissions and Susceptibility; 1.8 The System; 1.8.1 Definition; 1.8.2 System Content; 1.9 External Systems; 1.9.1 External System Types; 1.9.2 Definition; 1.10 Intrasystem and Intersystem Compatibility; 1.11 Interference to and from the System; 1.12 One-Way and Two-Way EMC; 1.13 Electromagnetic Environment; 1.14 Signal Types; 1.15 Hierarchy; 1.16 Device Level; 1.17 Platform Level
1.18 Site Level1.19 Arena Level; References; 2 EMC Requirements; 2.1 Objective; 2.2 Device Level EMC Requirements; 2.2.1 Objective; 2.2.2 The Device EMC Requirement; 2.2.3 Capability to Comply with the Operational Requirements; 2.2.4 Definition Approaches; 2.3 EMC Requirements Within and Between Platforms; 2.3.1 EMC Within and Between Platforms; 2.3.2 Distance Between Platforms; 2.3.3 Near-Field and Far-Field; 2.4 EMC Requirements at the Platform Level; 2.4.1 The Platform EMC Requirement; 2.4.2 Capability to Comply with the Operational Requirement; 2.4.3 Inter- and Intra-EMC
2.5 EMC Requirements at the Site L2.5.1 The Site EMC Requirement; 2.5.2 Inter- and Intra-EMC; 2.6 EMC Requirements at the Arena Level; 2.6.1 The Arena EMC Requirement; 2.6.2 The Near-Far Requirement; 2.6.3 Inter- and Intra-EMC; 2.7 System EMC Requirements; 2.8 Requirements Sum; 2.9 Relationship to MIL-STD; 2.10 Maximum Allowed Interference Level; 2.11 The Performance Criteria; 2.12 The Affecting Parameter; 2.13 Gradual Performance Degradation; 2.14 Interference Threshold; 2.15 Crash Threshold; 2.16 Performance Degradation Region; 2.17 Interference Probability Threshold
2.18 Operational Damage Level2.18.1 Nuisances; 2.18.2 Mission Effectiveness Decreases; 2.18.3 Mission Failur; 2.18.4 Safety Risks; Reference; 3 EMC Analysis and Survey; 3.1 EMC Survey Objectives; 3.2 Included in the Survey; 3.3 Required Survey Outcom; 3.4 The Need for Handling EMC Problems; 3.5 The S/I Approach; 3.6 The DES Approach; 3.7 The Participants in the Interfering Mechanism; 3.7.1 The Interfering Transmitter; 3.7.2 The Interfering Medium; 3.7.3 The Interfered Receiver; 3.7.4 The Desired Transmitter; 3.7.5 The Desired Medium; 3.8 Worst-Case and Least-Worst-Case
3.8.1 The Worst-Case Dilemma3.8.2 Least-Worst or Easiest Case; 3.8.3 Saving Calculation Time; 3.8.4 Worst-Case Parameters; 3.9 A Possible Structure for the EMC Survey Report; 3.9.1 Executive Summary; 3.9.2 General; 3.9.3 Methodology; 3.9.4 Systems in the Analysis; 3.9.5 Device Data; 3.9.6 Scenarios; 3.9.7 Requirements; 3.9.8 Results; 3.9.9 Summary and Recommendations; 3.9.10 Annexes; 4 Interference Types; 4.1 Interference Types Criteria; 4.2 Interfering Device Types; 4.3 Antenna Lobe Types; 4.4 Interference Outcome Types; 4.4.1 Interference-the Desired Signal Is Not Received
Summary 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.nnTechniques 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. Publisher abstract.
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Subject Electromagnetic compatibility.
Indexed Term SCIENCE / Physics / Electromagnetism
Technology, Engineering, Agriculture
Technologie, Ingenieurswissenschaft, Landwirtschaft
Technologie, ingénierie et agriculture
Energy technology & engineering
Energietechnik, Elektrotechnik und Energiemaschinenbau
Génie industriel
Electrical engineering
Genre/Form Electronic books.
Other Form: Print version: Vered, Uri. Intersystem EMC analysis, interference, and solutions. Boston : Artech House, [2018] 1630815616 (DLC) 2018288470 (OCoLC)1022589280
ISBN 9781630815639 (electronic bk.)
1630815632 (electronic bk.)