CST – Computer Simulation Technology

FIT Modeling of Injection Probes for Bulk Current Injection
Luca Di Rienzo, Flavia Grassi, Sergio A. Pignari
23rd Annual Review of Progress in Applied Computational Electromagnetics, ACES
March 19-23, 2007
Electromagnetic Compatibility, Bulk Current Injection, Injection Probes, CST Microwave Studio, Finite Integration Technique
The wider diffusion of the bulk current injection (BCI) technique for electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) testing of electronic devices requires advanced modeling and in-depth understanding of injection phenomena. The commercial software CST based on the Finite Integration Technique has proven to be well suited for the task and very efficient in reproducing experimental measurements. The paper describes the modeling process of a commercial injection probe and presents an extensive validation of the model in the bandwidth of interest for automotive conducted immunity assessment (i.e., up to 400 MHz).

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