Electromagnetic Compatibility for Device Design and System Integration

Karl-Heinz Gonschorek, Ralf Vick, "Electromagnetic Compatibility for Device Design and System Integration"
Springer | 2009 | ISBN: 3642032893 | 470 pages | File type: PDF | 12,5 mb
The Electromagnetic Compatibility has become an increasingly essential factor for placing a product on the global, world wide market.

Fulfilling emission limits and immunity requirements as well as handling apparently complex cases of incompatibility demands a deeper understanding of the physical interrelations and of Maxwell's theory.

Based on the authors�experiences, the textbook provides some help in solving such interferential cases.

It contains many illustrative examples and more than 80 exercises with solutions.





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