In recent years, the protection of communication services operating in the same of adjacent channels has become more and more challenging. Communication systems need to be protected from natural and man-made interference. This practical reference provides a through understanding of how to protect communication systems from intentional and unintentional electromagnetic interference. Engineers learn how to overcome critical problems in both digital and analog communications. This unique resource shows how to shield equipment from electrical and magnetic fields, design TEM and GTEM-Cell, build capacitive coupling clamps for susceptibility tests, protect electronic equipment with filters, and calculate the measurement uncertainty. Professionals find numerous, well-illustrated examples that make challenging electromagnetics issues far easier to comprehend. A CD-ROM is included in this title! This title contains time-saving software that helps engineers perform important calculations, including characteristic impedance of TEM-Cell, cut-off frequencies for higher order modes, and cut-off and resonant frequencies for GTEM-cell.Electrical engineers whose work involves communications systems in the private sector and with the military, as well as graduate students in related courses.
Kresimir Malaric is a professor with the faculty of electrical engineering and computing at the University of Zagreb, Croatia. He holds an M.R.sc. and Ph.D. in electrical engineering from the University of Zagreb. Dr. Malaric is a member of the IEEE and the Croation Academy of Engineering.
Communications Systems; Electromagnetic Spectrum Used for Communications; Electromagnetic Properties of Communication Systems; Electromagnetic Interference; Filter Interference Control; Modulation Techniques; Electromagnetic Field Coupling to Wire; Electromagnetic Field to Aperture Coupling; Electrical Grounding and Bonding; Emissions and Susceptibility, Radiated and Conducted; Measurements Facilities; Typical Test Equipment; Control of Measurement.