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This positively revised and elevated reference/text offers complete, single-source assurance of the layout, challenge fixing, and requirements of electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) into electric equipment/systems-including new info on easy theories, functions, reviews, prediction innovations, and sensible diagnostic thoughts for combating EMI via low in cost solutions.

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Containing up-to-date information on EMI diagnostic verification measurements, in addition to over 900 drawings, pictures, tables, and equations-500 greater than the former edition-Electromagnetic Compatibility: rules and functions, moment version:

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1). The component of the electric force tangential to the two conductive arms of the probe moves electrons i n the conductors, and a voltage appears across the arms. The voltage induced intoa thin probe is substantially independent of the radius and proportional to the length of the probe. In practice, the conductive wires connected to the probe would disturb the electric field and Eq. 1) would not bestrictlycorrect. The field betweentwo infinite parallel plates is uniform, and in the field between the plates we find where E = /I,/ = electric field strength [V/m] effective dipole length / ...........................

8 Distribution of charge and waves on parallel plates. E and H, Fields, Radiators, Receptors, and Antennas 27 The distance between the crests of the sinewave is called the wavelength, h. 8 shows the distribution of charge in the form of electric lines of force. Lines of force are considered to be tangential to the electric field E . Clusters of dense lines of force exist where the charge density is high, and in the next cluster the lines of force are oppositely directed. Loops of current are also present, formed partly on the conductors and partly in the space between the plates.

24 Chapter 2 At distances very close to the twisted pair, the field may be higher than for the two-wire line. However, the field very quickly reduces in magnitude with increasing distance p. From measurements in Ref. '. We use the term 1 / r " throughout this chapter. In order to illustrate the meaning, imagine that the magnetic field has been measured at a distance of 1 cm from a twisted wire pair and that the field at 10 cm is required. The changein distance between measuring pointand predicted point is 10 cm/l cm = 10, the reduction in field strength is therefore l / lo7 = l / 1000.

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