This tutorial article is a part of the three-article series devoted to the frequency-domain analysis of a lossless transmission line.
This article introduces a concept of a phasor which is extensively used in several EMC topics including electromagnetic waves, antennas, and transmission lines.
This article discusses the impact of a shunt inductive discontinuity along the line as well as the effect of feeding two transmission lines in parallel. The analytical results are verified through the HyperLynx simulations and laboratory measurements.
This article discusses the reflections on a transmission line at a shunt resistive and capacitive discontinuity along the line.
This article addresses the impact of driver, HDMI cable, and receiver on signal quality using data eye, based on the following criteria: data eye opening, data mask violation, and data jitter.
This is the first of two articles devoted to an eye diagram. In this article, the fundamental definitions and concepts are presented.
This month’s column is the last of three parts devoted to designing, testing, and EMC immunity evaluation of multilayer PCBs containing analog circuitry.
This is the second of three articles devoted to the design, test, and EMC immunity evaluation of multilayer PCBs containing analog circuitry.
This is the first of three articles devoted to the design, test, and electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) immunity evaluation of multilayer PCBs containing analog circuitry. In this study, there are seven design variants that all contain a similar schematic but implement different PCB layout techniques.
This article presents a simple method of estimating the parasitics of the three passive circuit components (R, L, C).