Antenna response to CDM E-fields

@article{Maloney2012AntennaRT,
  title={Antenna response to CDM E-fields},
  author={T. Maloney},
  journal={Electrical Overstress / Electrostatic Discharge Symposium Proceedings 2012},
  year={2012},
  pages={1-10}
}
  • T. Maloney
  • Published 2012 in
    Electrical Overstress / Electrostatic Discharge…
The CDM event results from collapse of an electric dipole, producing an analytically describable radiation field pulse. A coaxial monopole E-field antenna's transfer function gives the antenna signal in near-field, which features a bipolar “monocycle” pulse. A TLP-based synthetic monocycle pulser, for characterizing antenna-driven ESD detectors, is described. 
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