Cabling Arrangement Influence on Repeatability of Immunity EMC Measurements
The paper deals with the analysis of induced current of differential loops of transmission lines during immunity test against electromagnetic field measurement. The influence of geometrical configuration of cabling arrangement on induced current values is surveyed. The problem is described for the case of a short two-wire line creating differential mode loop. The current induced at both ends of the line is the characteristics observed in the performed studies. The comparison between the results of measurements on real physical line, numerical simulations and analytical solution is presented.
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