This paper presents an attempt to solve the problem of predicting radiated emissions from a Switched-Mode Power Supply (SMPS). The model for the emission is based on the assumption that each conductor (land) of the printed circuit board (PCB) of which the SMPS is composed can be considered as a Hertzian dipole. The currents in the lands are determined by means of approximate lumped circuits connected in different ways and using a circuit simulator like PSPICE.

Radiated emissions from switching converters / Massarini, Antonio; U., Reggiani; L., Sandrolini. - STAMPA. - 1:(2003), pp. 1.4-1-1.4-4. ((Intervento presentato al convegno XIII Intern. Conf. on Electromagnetic Disturbances EMD 2003 tenutosi a Bialystok (Polonia) nel Sept. 24-26 2003.

Radiated emissions from switching converters

MASSARINI, Antonio;
2003

Abstract

This paper presents an attempt to solve the problem of predicting radiated emissions from a Switched-Mode Power Supply (SMPS). The model for the emission is based on the assumption that each conductor (land) of the printed circuit board (PCB) of which the SMPS is composed can be considered as a Hertzian dipole. The currents in the lands are determined by means of approximate lumped circuits connected in different ways and using a circuit simulator like PSPICE.
XIII Intern. Conf. on Electromagnetic Disturbances EMD 2003
Bialystok (Polonia)
Sept. 24-26 2003
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Massarini, Antonio; U., Reggiani; L., Sandrolini
Radiated emissions from switching converters / Massarini, Antonio; U., Reggiani; L., Sandrolini. - STAMPA. - 1:(2003), pp. 1.4-1-1.4-4. ((Intervento presentato al convegno XIII Intern. Conf. on Electromagnetic Disturbances EMD 2003 tenutosi a Bialystok (Polonia) nel Sept. 24-26 2003.
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