PCB Design for Real-World EMI Control by Bruce R. ArchambeaultPCB Design for Real-World EMI Control by Bruce R. Archambeault

PCB Design for Real-World EMI Control

byBruce R. Archambeault, James Drewniak

Hardcover | August 31, 2002

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PCB Design for Real-World EMI Control is intended for EMC designers and electronic design engineers. It emphasizes understanding basic concepts of controlling the currents on printed circuit boards (pcb's), and provides a wealth of insightful information detailing the possible sources of emissions. Numerous design strategies are presented to help readers understand how to produce, control and eliminate emission sources.Additional highlights include the following: -Information explaining how to design pcb's to pass EMC Requirements the first time! -Controlling intentional and unintentional currents at their source; -Decoupling strategies explained and myths exposed; -Proper I/O filter design and connection strategy explained; -Not simply a list of do's and don't's....but an explanation of "why" things work as they do; -"Ground is a place where potatoes and carrots grow!" -Basic shielding design considerations for PCBs included, and more.This 'hands-on' book will help designers understand "why" or "why not" to implement a specific design practice. PCB Design for Real-World EMI Control will be an invaluable resource for the pcb designer.
Title:PCB Design for Real-World EMI ControlFormat:HardcoverDimensions:263 pagesPublished:August 31, 2002Publisher:Springer USLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:1402071302

ISBN - 13:9781402071300

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Table of Contents

1. Introduction to EMI/EMC Design for Printed Circuit Boards. 2. EMC Fundamentals. 3. What is Inductance? 4. The Ground Myth. 5. Return Current Design. 6. Controlling EMI Sources - Intentional Signals. 7. Controlling EMI Sources - Unintentional Signals. 8. Decoupling Power/Ground Planes. 9. EMC Filter Design. 10. Using Signal Integrity Tools for EMC Analysis. 11. Printed Circuit Layout. 12. Shielding in Enclosures with Apertures. 13. What To Do If a Product Fails in the EMC Lab. Appendix A. Introduction to EMI/EMC Computational Modeling. Index.