This accessible, new reference work shows how and why RF energy is created within a printed circuit board and the manner in which propagation occurs. With lucid explanations, this book enables engineers to grasp both the fundamentals of EMC theory and signal integrity and the mitigation process needed to prevent an EMC event. Author Montrose also shows the relationship between time and frequency domains to help you meet mandatory compliance requirements placed on printed circuit boards. Using real-world examples the book features: Clear discussions, without complex mathematical analysis, of flux minimization concepts Extensive analysis of capacitor usage for various applications Detailed examination of components characteristics with various grounding methodologies, including implementation techniques An in-depth study of transmission line theory A careful look at signal integrity, crosstalk, and terminationSince the oscillator or clock generation circuitry is usually above 10 MHz in todaya#39;s products, highfrequency RF energy will be ... The reason why some, not all, manufacturers of components do not place a high priority on EMC or radiated noise coupling (requiring the end user to accept the responsibility of solving emissions along with ground noise or ground bounce) is based on the following wish-list.
|Title||:||EMC and the Printed Circuit Board|
|Author||:||Mark I. Montrose|
|Publisher||:||John Wiley & Sons - 2004-04-05|