Pre-estimating the Electromagnetic Interference (EMI) of Electronic Systems

Bernhard Auinger, Bernd Deutschmann, Gunter Winkler, Stefan Cecil, Kurt Lamedschwandner

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Abstract

Almost every modern electronic system produces electro-
magnetic interference (EMI). Therefore, the legislation in
the different markets limit the levels of emission by
serveral regulatories. This means that a device can only
be sold, if it fulfills these regulatories. Up till now, all
investigations regarding EMI are done with hardware
prototypes, which increases the time to market, if re-
designs are necessary.
To avoid these time consuming loops, the goal is to
predict EMI already in the concept phase without a
hardware prototype. Electromagnetic emissions are
occurring in two ways: radiated and conducted. The goal
is to cover both types with the proposed systematical
approach.
LanguageGerman
Pages15
Number of pages1
StatusPublished - 27 Apr 2017
EventEMV Fachtagung 2017 - TU Graz, Graz, Austria
Duration: 26 Apr 201727 Apr 2017

Conference

ConferenceEMV Fachtagung 2017
CountryAustria
CityGraz
Period26/04/1727/04/17

Keywords

    Fields of Expertise

    • Information, Communication & Computing

    Cite this

    Auinger, B., Deutschmann, B., Winkler, G., Cecil, S., & Lamedschwandner, K. (2017). Pre-estimating the Electromagnetic Interference (EMI) of Electronic Systems. 15. Paper presented at EMV Fachtagung 2017, Graz, Austria.

    Pre-estimating the Electromagnetic Interference (EMI) of Electronic Systems. / Auinger, Bernhard; Deutschmann, Bernd; Winkler, Gunter; Cecil, Stefan; Lamedschwandner, Kurt.

    2017. 15 Paper presented at EMV Fachtagung 2017, Graz, Austria.

    Research output: Contribution to conferencePaperResearchpeer-review

    Auinger, B, Deutschmann, B, Winkler, G, Cecil, S & Lamedschwandner, K 2017, 'Pre-estimating the Electromagnetic Interference (EMI) of Electronic Systems' Paper presented at EMV Fachtagung 2017, Graz, Austria, 26/04/17 - 27/04/17, pp. 15.
    Auinger B, Deutschmann B, Winkler G, Cecil S, Lamedschwandner K. Pre-estimating the Electromagnetic Interference (EMI) of Electronic Systems. 2017. Paper presented at EMV Fachtagung 2017, Graz, Austria.
    Auinger, Bernhard ; Deutschmann, Bernd ; Winkler, Gunter ; Cecil, Stefan ; Lamedschwandner, Kurt. / Pre-estimating the Electromagnetic Interference (EMI) of Electronic Systems. Paper presented at EMV Fachtagung 2017, Graz, Austria.1 p.
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