A proposed set of specific standard EMC problems to help engineers evaluate EMC modeling tools

@article{Archambeault2001APS,
  title={A proposed set of specific standard EMC problems to help engineers evaluate EMC modeling tools},
  author={Bruce Archambeault and S. N. Pratapneni and Lianyong Zhang and David Christian Wittwer and Jian-Chou Chen},
  journal={2001 IEEE EMC International Symposium. Symposium Record. International Symposium on Electromagnetic Compatibility (Cat. No.01CH37161)},
  year={2001},
  volume={2},
  pages={1335-1340 vol.2}
}
As the complexity of high-speed electronic system packages increase, engineers and designers are required to take control of more and more aspects of electrical and mechanical engineering early in the design cycle. In order to achieve the objective of faster time-to-market and to be cost effective one needs to be able to predict the electromagnetic radiated emission noises of the system design by using full-wave simulation tools. Modifications and improvements of the design can be easily tested… CONTINUE READING

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