Sena Yildiz, Ozlem Coskun
Electromagnetic Interference in Printed Circuit Board Design
Today, with the widespread use of electrical and electronic systems, it has become important that they can work without interacting with each other. Electronic components and transmission lines generate energy at the radio frequency level because they carry current. In addition, disturbing noises from the mains line or from the air can have a disruptive effect on electronic systems. Electromagnetic compatibility is the ability of the system to work in an electromagnetic environment without creating any noise at the electromagnetic energy level on other systems or devices around it. Electromagnetic interference can be defined as any kind of undesirable disturbance or disturbance frequency effect that occurs as a result of violation of electromagnetic compatibility standards. This can lead to a decrease in the performance of electronic devices or even deterioration. In this study, electromagnetic interference and electromagnetic compatibility issues in printed circuit board are investigated. In addition, solution methods are also presented within the scope of this study.
Electromagnetic Interference, Electromagnetic Compatibility, Electromagnetic Interference Prevention Approaches
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Sena Yildiz, Ozlem Coskun. (2023) Electromagnetic Interference in Printed Circuit Board Design. International Journal of Circuits and Electronics, 8, 1-10