Modeling of Magnetic Near-Field Radiated by Electronic Devices Disturbed by Transient Signals with Complex Form

Yang LIU, Blaise RAVELO, Priscilla Fernandez-Lopez

Abstract


For the safety and reliability of modern hybrid electronic systems in function of the increase of complexity and density integration, relevant modeling methods of near-field (NF) radiation are necessary. This article develops a time-frequency modeling method of electromagnetic (EM) NF emitted by electronic devices excited by transient pulse current. The modeling method is originally flexible to fast switching disturbances propagating in the mixed-systems. The model is based-on the ultra wide band (UWB) model of EM NF maps using a set of elementary EM dipoles. An innovative algorithm for generating a simple reduced model is established. Then, by considering the convolution between the signals exciting the circuit and the UWB model introduced, transient radiation models are realized. The method developed was validated with the magnetic NF radiated at some mm above the microstrip planar DUT. The UWB model effectiveness was verified in RF baseband from DC to 100 MHz. Then, NF map time-dependent model emitted by the circuit excited by a microwave signal modulating 0.9 GHz carrier with 0.6 GHz - 1.2 GHz frequency band is also validated. As expected, good agreements between simulations, measurements and the models investigated are observed for any form of excitation current.

Full Text: PDF DOI: 10.5539/apr.v4n1p3

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Applied Physics Research   ISSN 1916-9639 (Print)   ISSN 1916-9647 (Online)

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