Basic Emission and Immunity Analysis of a Circuit Board
Application ID: 89061
This example provides a walkthrough on how to simulate the basic radiated emission of a printed circuit board and its immunity response from outside noise. First, when one of the microstrip lines is excited, the crosstalk to an adjacent printed line and the radiated field, through an incomplete shield of a plastic enclosure, are computed for the emission analysis. The second study reviews the impact on the circuit board when there is the radiation from an antenna located outside the enclosure.
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