|Title:||Fast EMC Diagnostics of Complex On-Board Radio Systems with Use of Experimentally Refined Worst-Case and Conditionally Worst-Case Models of "Transmitter-to-Receiver" Interactions|
|Authors:||Sinkevich, E. V.|
Mordachev, V. I.
Galenko, A. V.
|Keywords:||публикации ученых;EMC diagnostics;on-board system;receiver;transmitter;antenna;worst-case model;electromagnetic coupling;intermodulation|
|Publisher:||Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers|
|Citation:||Fast EMC Diagnostics of Complex On-Board Radio Systems with Use of Experimentally Refined Worst-Case and Conditionally Worst-Case Models of "Transmitter-to-Receiver" Interactions / E. Sinkevich [et al.] // Electromagnetic Compatibility (APEMC, 2021) : Proceedings of 2021 Asia-Pacific International Symposium on Electromagnetic Compatibility, Nusa Dua-Bali, September, 27-30, 2021 / Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers. – Nusa Dua-Bali, 2021. – 6 p.|
|Abstract:||An improved computationally efficient technique for EMC diagnostics of radio equipment of complex on-board radio-electronic systems is presented. The first improvement is based on the use of worst-case and conditionally worst-case mathematical models to describe unwanted electromagnetic (EM) interactions between transmitters and receivers of the system, which allows to detect all potentially dangerous interactions rapidly and avoid second-type errors when assessing the danger of these interactions. The second improvement concerns the iterative refinement of worst-case and conditionally worst-case models of potentially dangerous interactions (including models of transmitter radiation spectra, receivers susceptibility characteristics, amplitude-frequency characteristics of decoupling antenna filters and EM spurious couplings between antennas of on-board system) by the use of both numerical simulation methods and measurements to improve the accuracy of EMC diagnostics. The third improvement is associated with the use of an extremely effective technique of discrete nonlinear behavior simulation of radio receivers’ operation in a severe EM environment formed by a set of powerful EM radiations from radio transmitters of the analyzed on-board system and a variety of external EM fields generated by various radio systems of different services.|
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