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Simulation of EMI in Hybrid Cabling

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12/13/12 11:00 am to 12/13/12 12:00 pm EST

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Title: Simulation of EMI in Hybrid Cabling for Combining Power and Control Signaling

Date: December 13th, 2012

Time: 8am PT, 11am ET, 5pm CET

An increasing trend in the industry is to combine power and control cables into a single hybrid cable design, reducing the complexity of the system and cost. However, without careful design, high voltage power switching transients may lead to unwanted electromagnetic interference. Typical hybrid cable design parameters may include the separation between conductors, twist rate of twisted pairs, shielding and screen types.

This webcast will explore the simulation of hybrid cable design using CST CABLE STUDIO and the prediction of EMI levels. Topics covered will include the modeling of shield transfer impedance, crosstalk and induced common mode currents.

David Johns, VP of Engineering and Support, CST of America

David Johns is the VP of Engineering and Support at CST of America and is based in the Framingham, MA, office. He holds a Ph.D. in electrical engineering from Nottingham University, UK, specializing in the development and application of the TLM method. He has been actively involved in the modeling of EMC, EMI and E3 problems for over 20 years, presenting frequently in IEEE EMC conferences and chairing workshop tutorials.


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