EMC for Product Designers - 5th Edition - ISBN: 9780081010167, 9780081010143

EMC for Product Designers

5th Edition

Authors: Tim Williams
Paperback ISBN: 9780081010167
eBook ISBN: 9780081010143
Imprint: Newnes
Published Date: 26th September 2016
Page Count: 564
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Description

  • Preface
    • Preface to the fifth edition
  • Part 1: Legislation and Standards
    • Chapter 1: Introduction
      • 1.1 What is EMC?
      • 1.2 Compatibility between and within systems
      • 1.3 The scope of EMC
      • 1.4 Electromagnetic fields and human health
    • Chapter 2: The EMC and Radio Directives
      • 2.1 History
      • 2.2 The third EMC Directive
      • 2.3 The Radio Equipment Directive
      • 2.4 Compliance procedures
      • 2.5 Action for compliance for a product manufacturer
    • Chapter 3: International EMC compliance requirements
      • 3.1 Introduction
      • 3.2 The USA: FCC Rules
      • 3.3 Canada
      • 3.4 China
      • 3.5 Australia and New Zealand
      • 3.6 Russia and the EAEU
      • 3.7 Japan
      • 3.8 Taiwan
      • 3.9 South Korea
    • Chapter 4: Commercial standards
      • 4.1 The standards making bodies
      • 4.2 Generic standards – emissions
      • 4.3 Main product standards – emissions
      • 4.4 Generic standards – immunity
      • 4.5 Basic standards – EN 61000-3-X and -4-X
      • 4.6 Product standards
      • 4.7 Measurement standards
      • 4.8 RF emissions limits
    • Chapter 5: Other standards and legislation
      • 5.1 Automotive
      • 5.2 Military
      • 5.3 Aerospace
      • 5.4 Rail
    • Chapter 6: EMC and Functional Safety
      • 6.1 Design for functional safety
      • 6.2 Interference effects on safety
      • 6.3 Techniques for assuring safety under EMI
  • Part 2: Testing
    • Chapter 7: RF emissions measurements
      • 7.1 Emissions measuring instruments
      • 7.2 Transducers
      • 7.3 Sites and facilities
      • 7.4 Test methods
      • 7.5 Measurement uncertainty
    • Chapter 8: Immunity tests
      • 8.1 RF immunity
      • 8.2 ESD and transient immunity
      • 8.3 Military susceptibility tests
      • 8.4 IC immunity tests
    • Chapter 9: Low frequency tests
      • 9.1 Mains harmonic and flicker emission
      • 9.2 Magnetic field and power quality immunity
    • Chapter 10: Test planning
      • 10.1 The need for a test plan
      • 10.2 Contents of the test plan
      • 10.3 Immunity performance criteria
  • Part 3: Design
    • Chapter 11: Interference coupling mechanisms
      • 11.1 Source and victim
      • 11.2 Emissions
      • 11.3 Immunity
      • 11.4 Mains harmonics
    • Chapter 12: Layout and grounding
      • 12.1 Equipment layout and grounding
      • 12.2 PCB layout
    • Chapter 13: Digital and analogue circuit design
      • 13.1 Design for emissions control
      • 13.2 The power switching converter
      • 13.3 Design for immunity
    • Chapter 14: Interfaces and filtering
      • 14.1 Cables and connectors
      • 14.2 Filtering and suppression
    • Chapter 15: Shielding
      • 15.1 Shielding theory
      • 15.2 Shielding practice
    • Chapter 16: Systems EMC
      • 16.1 System versus product EMC
      • 16.2 Earthing and bonding
      • 16.3 Cabinets, cubicles and chambers
      • 16.4 Cabling
      • 16.5 Switching converter installation
      • 16.6 Lightning protection
    • Chapter 17: EMC management
      • 17.1 Managing the EMC process
      • 17.2 The design process
      • 17.3 Test management
      • 17.4 Compliance during production and beyond
      • 17.5 The control plan and documentation for Directives
  • Appendix A: Design checklist
  • Appendix B: CAD for EMC
    • B.1 Overview
    • B.2 Modelling packages
    • B.3 Circuit CAD
  • Appendix C: Case studies
    • C.1 Cockpit display
    • C.2 Liquid tank sensor
    • C.3 The problem with wall-warts
    • C.4 The dipole problem: a box in two halves
  • Appendix D: Useful tables and formulae
    • D.1 The deciBel
    • D.2 Antennas
    • D.3 Fields
    • D.4 Shielding
    • D.5 Capacitance, inductance and PCB layout
    • D.6 Electrical length and wavelength
    • D.7 Filters
    • D.8 Fourier series
  • Appendix E: The EU and EEA countries
    • The European Union
  • Glossary
  • Bibliography
  • Index

Key Features

  • Presents a complete introduction to EMC for product design from a practicing consultant in the field
  • Includes short case studies that demonstrate how EMC product design is put into practice
  • Provides the latest 2016 mandatory regulations of both the RTTE Directive and EMC Directive

Readership

Electronic Design Engineers, Compliance Engineers, Regulatory Engineers, Test Engineers and EMC Consultants, Managers responsible for product compliance and product design

Table of Contents

  • Preface
    • Preface to the fifth edition
  • Part 1: Legislation and Standards
    • Chapter 1: Introduction
      • 1.1 What is EMC?
      • 1.2 Compatibility between and within systems
      • 1.3 The scope of EMC
      • 1.4 Electromagnetic fields and human health
    • Chapter 2: The EMC and Radio Directives
      • 2.1 History
      • 2.2 The third EMC Directive
      • 2.3 The Radio Equipment Directive
      • 2.4 Compliance procedures
      • 2.5 Action for compliance for a product manufacturer
    • Chapter 3: International EMC compliance requirements
      • 3.1 Introduction
      • 3.2 The USA: FCC Rules
      • 3.3 Canada
      • 3.4 China
      • 3.5 Australia and New Zealand
      • 3.6 Russia and the EAEU
      • 3.7 Japan
      • 3.8 Taiwan
      • 3.9 South Korea
    • Chapter 4: Commercial standards
      • 4.1 The standards making bodies
      • 4.2 Generic standards – emissions
      • 4.3 Main product standards – emissions
      • 4.4 Generic standards – immunity
      • 4.5 Basic standards – EN 61000-3-X and -4-X
      • 4.6 Product standards
      • 4.7 Measurement standards
      • 4.8 RF emissions limits
    • Chapter 5: Other standards and legislation
      • 5.1 Automotive
      • 5.2 Military
      • 5.3 Aerospace
      • 5.4 Rail
    • Chapter 6: EMC and Functional Safety
      • 6.1 Design for functional safety
      • 6.2 Interference effects on safety
      • 6.3 Techniques for assuring safety under EMI
  • Part 2: Testing
    • Chapter 7: RF emissions measurements
      • 7.1 Emissions measuring instruments
      • 7.2 Transducers
      • 7.3 Sites and facilities
      • 7.4 Test methods
      • 7.5 Measurement uncertainty
    • Chapter 8: Immunity tests
      • 8.1 RF immunity
      • 8.2 ESD and transient immunity
      • 8.3 Military susceptibility tests
      • 8.4 IC immunity tests
    • Chapter 9: Low frequency tests
      • 9.1 Mains harmonic and flicker emission
      • 9.2 Magnetic field and power quality immunity
    • Chapter 10: Test planning
      • 10.1 The need for a test plan
      • 10.2 Contents of the test plan
      • 10.3 Immunity performance criteria
  • Part 3: Design
    • Chapter 11: Interference coupling mechanisms
      • 11.1 Source and victim
      • 11.2 Emissions
      • 11.3 Immunity
      • 11.4 Mains harmonics
    • Chapter 12: Layout and grounding
      • 12.1 Equipment layout and grounding
      • 12.2 PCB layout
    • Chapter 13: Digital and analogue circuit design
      • 13.1 Design for emissions control
      • 13.2 The power switching converter
      • 13.3 Design for immunity
    • Chapter 14: Interfaces and filtering
      • 14.1 Cables and connectors
      • 14.2 Filtering and suppression
    • Chapter 15: Shielding
      • 15.1 Shielding theory
      • 15.2 Shielding practice
    • Chapter 16: Systems EMC
      • 16.1 System versus product EMC
      • 16.2 Earthing and bonding
      • 16.3 Cabinets, cubicles and chambers
      • 16.4 Cabling
      • 16.5 Switching converter installation
      • 16.6 Lightning protection
    • Chapter 17: EMC management
      • 17.1 Managing the EMC process
      • 17.2 The design process
      • 17.3 Test management
      • 17.4 Compliance during production and beyond
      • 17.5 The control plan and documentation for Directives
  • Appendix A: Design checklist
  • Appendix B: CAD for EMC
    • B.1 Overview
    • B.2 Modelling packages
    • B.3 Circuit CAD
  • Appendix C: Case studies
    • C.1 Cockpit display
    • C.2 Liquid tank sensor
    • C.3 The problem with wall-warts
    • C.4 The dipole problem: a box in two halves
  • Appendix D: Useful tables and formulae
    • D.1 The deciBel
    • D.2 Antennas
    • D.3 Fields
    • D.4 Shielding
    • D.5 Capacitance, inductance and PCB layout
    • D.6 Electrical length and wavelength
    • D.7 Filters
    • D.8 Fourier series
  • Appendix E: The EU and EEA countries
    • The European Union
  • Glossary
  • Bibliography
  • Index

Details

No. of pages:
564
Language:
English
Copyright:
© Newnes 2017
Published:
Imprint:
Newnes
Paperback ISBN:
9780081010167
eBook ISBN:
9780081010143

About the Author

Tim Williams

Tim Williams worked for a variety of companies as an electronic design engineer, before startinghis own consultancy specializing in EMC design and test advice and training. He has monitored the progress of the EMC Directive and its associated standards since it was first made public, over the last 25 years.

Affiliations and Expertise

Elmac Services, Wareham, UK