Estimation of Radiated Fields of Small Horizontal Submodules Based on a Lumped-Element Model
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A novel approach to the estimation of radiated electric field of small horizontal submodules is presented. The principle idea is to describe the radiating submodule-on-motherboard structure with a lumped-element equivalent circuit which includes both the geometrical and the electrical parameters. The electromagnetic emission from the structure is approximated by the radiation characteristics of a Hertzian dipole driven by the antenna voltage resulting from the connector equivalent circuit. Therefore, no time consuming numerical field simulations are needed to evaluate the radiated electric field. Instead, a fast frequency circuit analysis with e.g. PSPICE is sufficient. Moreover, this modeling approach provides a clear insight concerning the influence of geometrical and electrical parameters with respect to radiated emissions. Finally, the computational solutions are compared with experimental results, demonstrating a good correspondence regarding engineering purposes.
KeywordsEMI of submodules, radiated emissions, lumped-element model, connector equivalent circuit, PSPICE analysis
Document typePeer reviewed
SourceRadioengineering. 2006, vol. 15, č. 4, s. 9-15. ISSN 1210-2512
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