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|Additional Physical Format:||Print version:
Paul, Clayton R.
Transmission Lines in Digital Systems for EMC Practitioners.
New York : John Wiley & Sons, ©2011
|Material Type:||Document, Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Internet Resource, Computer File|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Clayton R Paul
|Description:||1 online resource (417 pages)|
|Contents:||Cover; Title Page; Copyright; Dedication; Preface; Chapter 1: Transmission Lines: Physical Dimensions vs. Electric Dimensions; 1.1 Waves, Time Delay, Phase Shift, Wavelength, and Electrical Dimensions; 1.2 Spectral (Frequency) Content of Digital Waveforms and their Bandwidths; 1.3 The Basic Transmission-Line Problem; Chapter 2: Time-Domain Analysis of Two-Conductor Lines; 2.1 The Transverse Electromagnetic Mode of Propagation and the Transmission-Line Equations; 2.2 The Per-Unit-Length Parameters; 2.3 The General Solutions for the Line Voltage and Current. 2.4 Wave Tracing and Reflection Coefficients2.5 A Simple Alternative to Wave Tracing in the Solution of Transmission Lines; 2.6 The SPICE (PSPICE) Exact Transmission-Line Model; 2.7 Lumped-Circuit Approximate Models of the Line; 2.8 Effects of Reactive Terminations on Terminal Waveforms; 2.9 Matching Schemes for Signal Integrity; 2.10 Effect of Line Discontinuities; 2.11 Driving Multiple Lines; Chapter 3: Frequency-Domain Analysis of Two-Conductor Lines; 3.1 The Transmission-Line Equations for Sinusoidal Steady-State (Phasor) Excitation of the Line. 3.2 The General Solution for the Line Voltages and Currents3.3 The Voltage Reflection Coefficient and Input Impedance of the Line; 3.4 The Solution for the Terminal Voltages and Currents; 3.5 The SPICE SOLUTION; 3.6 Voltage and Current as a Function of Position on the Line; 3.7 Matching and VSWR; 3.8 Power Flow on the Line; 3.9 Alternative Forms of the Results; 3.10 Construction of Microwave Circuit Components Using Transmission Lines; Chapter 4: Crosstalk in Three-Conductor Lines; 4.1 The Multiconductor Transmission-Line Equations. 4.2 The MTL Per-Unit-Length Parameters of Inductance and CapacitanceChapter 5: The Approximate Inductive-Capacitive Crosstalk Model; 5.1 The Inductive-Capacitive Coupling Approximate Model; 5.2 Separation of the Crosstalk into Inductive and Capacitive Coupling Components; 5.3 Common-Impedance Coupling; 5.4 Effect of Shielded Wires in Reducing Crosstalk; 5.5 Effect of Shield Pigtails; 5.6 Effect of Multiple Shields; 5.7 Effect of Twisted Pairs of Wires in Reducing Crosstalk; 5.8 The Shielded Twisted-Pair Wire: the Best of Both Worlds; Chapter 6: The Exact Crosstalk Prediction Model. 6.1 Decoupling the Transmission-Line Equations with Mode Transformations6.2 The Spice Subcircuit Model; 6.3 Lumped-Circuit Approximate Models of the Line; 6.4 A Practical Crosstalk Problem; Appendix: A Brief Tutorial on Using PSPICE; Creating the SPICE OR PSPICE PROGRAM; Circuit Description; Execution Statements; Output Statements; Examples; The Subcircuit Model; References; Index.|