Ensuring compliance with EMC and EMI regulations is necessary for designing all types of electronic devices, yet it can also be one of the most arduous parts of the design process. In the CST® Webinar Series 2017, we will demonstrate how EM simulation can be used to characterize the susceptibility and emissions of a design before building a prototype to help shorten the design cycle in the automotive and electronics markets.
EMC Simulation of Automotive Ethernet
This webinar will present simulations of EMC related aspects of the Automotive Ethernet: the effect of the PCB layout on the emission from an Automotive Ethernet channel, crosstalk from the Automotive Ethernet channel to other cables inside one harness, and susceptibility of the channel based on the BCI testing method.
Simulation is playing an increasingly important role in evaluating system performance when subjected to E3 and investigating strategies for protection. This webinar will present a new approach in CST STUDIO SUITE for modeling radiated susceptibility using a virtual reverberation chamber model.
RF Co-Site Interference Simulation in Complex Electromagnetic Environments
In this webinar, we will demonstrate how a 3D full-wave simulation can be used to analyze the antenna to antenna coupling for an Unmanned Aircraft System (UAS). The coupling data will then be used to estimate possible RF interference using one of the newer products of CST STUDIO SUITE: The CST Interference Task. With this new system-level tool, RF systems can be defined to analyze inter-system coupling.
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