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SPICE Models for Radiated and Conducted Susceptibility Analyses of Multiconductor Shielded Cables

By Haiyan Xie, Jianguo Wang, Ruyu Fan, and Yinong Liu
Progress In Electromagnetics Research, Vol. 103, 241-257, 2010
doi:10.2528/PIER10020506

Abstract

This paper presents SPICE models to analyze the radiated and conducted susceptibilities of multiconductor shielded cables in the time and frequency domains. These models, which can be used directly in the time and frequency domains, take into account the presence of both the transfer impedance and admittance, and allow the transient analysis when the termination is nonlinear or time-varying. The radiated and conducted susceptibilities are studied by using an incident plane-wave electromagnetic field and an injection current on the cable shield as the source, respectively. Results obtained by these models are in good agreement with those obtained by other methods.

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Haiyan Xie, Jianguo Wang, Ruyu Fan, and Yinong Liu, "SPICE Models for Radiated and Conducted Susceptibility Analyses of Multiconductor Shielded Cables," Progress In Electromagnetics Research, Vol. 103, 241-257, 2010.
doi:10.2528/PIER10020506
http://jpier.org/PIER/pier.php?paper=10020506

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