Robert Hoeckele

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Common-mode currents on cables attached to a switching power supply generate radiated emissions which may interfere with near-by components. A relatively simple equivalent circuit model is developed to predict the radiated emissions measured in a MIL-STD-461 or RTCA/DO-160 test. The intent of this model is to provide an estimate of emissions that allows the(More)
A method for creating a simple SPICE model is proposed such that the SPICE model allows prediction of radiated emissions in component level tests, such as those specified by CISPR 25 and MIL-STD 461. The model predicts measured emissions when the antenna is in the vertical direction, where emissions are typically worst for such geometry. It is shown that(More)
The radiated emissions from a partially shielded cable mounted 5 cm above a metal plane have been found to be dominated by the emissions from the 5 cm vertical conductor segments, which connect the cable shield and the signal wires to the metal plane at various locations. An equivalent circuit model has been developed for predicting radiated emissions from(More)
Crosstalk within cable bundles can degrade system performance. In systems that use shielded twisted-wire pairs, the crosstalk occurs primarily in the connector, where individual signal wires are not shielded or twisted. In many cases, the parameters which determine crosstalk within the connector are unknown, in part because the connector is closed and wires(More)
Crosstalk within cable bundles can degrade system performance. In aircraft systems that use shielded twisted pairs, the crosstalk occurs primarily in the connector where individual signal wires are not shielded or twisted. In many cases, the parameters which determine crosstalk within the connector are unknown because the connector is closed and wires(More)
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