Noise reduction techniques in electronic systems
This updated and expanded version of the very successful first edition offers new chapters on controlling the emission from electronic systems, especially digital systems, and on low-cost techniques for providing electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) for consumer products sold in a competitive market. There is also a new chapter on the susceptibility of electronic systems to electrostatic discharge. There is more material on FCC regulations, digital circuit noise and layout, and digital circuit radiation. Virtually all the material in the first edition has been retained. Contains a new appendix on FCC EMC test procedures.
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THE INTERFERENCE PROBLEM
SHIELDING OF CONDUCTORS
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absorption loss amplifier attenuation balance capacitive coupling center conductor characteristic impedance chassis circuit of Fig coaxial cable common contact protection network crest factor current flows decoupling decreases device noise diode electric field Electromagnetic electronic equal Equation equipment equivalent circuit equivalent input noise ferrite beads filter gaskets glow discharge ground loop ground plane ground system guard shield high frequency increases inductive load inductor input noise voltage interference leads low frequency low-level magnetic field measured metals meter minimize noise bandwidth noise coupling noise current noise figure noise performance noise sources normally op-amp output permeability plane wave power supply produced radiation reduced reflection loss resistor shield current shield cutoff frequency shielding effectiveness shot noise shown in Fig shows signal-to-noise ratio source resistance supply voltage switch temperature thermal noise transformer transistor transmission line typical voltage gain voltage VN wave impedance wire zero