There are many different types of filters used in electronics. These filter types include low-pass, high-pass, band-pass, band-stop (band-rejection; notch), or all-pass. They are either active or passive. In th... Read More...
Protection from high-altitude electromagnetic pulse (HEMP) and intentional electromagnetic interference (IEMI) is an important consideration to the design of modern electronic systems, especially those that control critical infrastructures.
The evolution of E and H fields on aircraft struck by lightning is a complex process. An October 2014 in-flight lightning strike is reviewed in this article as an example that inspires a fresh look at how lightning E and H fields should be considered for indirect effects certification.
Low-cost designs are often an underserved and challenging part of a layout engineer’s career and getting increasingly complicated.
This article uses a classical circuit-theory model of a series RLC circuit to explain the phenomenon of ringing on a transmission line, or a PCB trace.
This month's column explains the concept of near and far fields using simple theory and examples.
We are pleased to bring you Banana Skins, a new monthly column in In Compliance, and a 20-year tradition that began in the pages of the EMC Journal.