|Flow||T - Electromagnetic Waves and Telecommunication|
|Category||Obligatory by selection|
|Class Hours - Lab Hours||3 - 0|
|Lecturers||Christos Capsalis, George Fikioris|
Definitions. Types of Electromagnetic Interference. EMC Directives. Self-certification procedure. Technical file procedure. Radiation from planar apertures. Transmission network. Radiator feeds. Measurements of basic antenna parameters. Inductive coupling. Radiative coupling. Absorbing materials. Anechoic chambers. Near-field measurements. Analysis of electromagnetic interference. Common- and differential-mode transmission models. Models for radiation from digital currents. Models for transmission-line and printed-circuit interference. Theoretical and practical considerations of shielding systems. Interference due to a common conducting path. Crosstalk and electromagnetic coupling. Analysis of coupled-line geometries: Analysis in the frequency domain; low-frequency model for electrically small, loosely coupled lines. Coupling due to common resistance: Frequency-domain coupling analysis; equivalent lumped circuits; distributed parameter estimations. Crosstalk in printed circuits. Concise description of EMC IEC/EN specifications. Open Area Test Site (OATS): Mathematical model and basic parameters; error correction in the FCC prototype; measurement of Site Attenuation using Antenna Factors; analysis of correction factors; installation of an OATS; comparison between OATS and other measurement setups. Interference in telecommunication systems: Problem analysis; methods for reducing interference.