Comparison of Field-To-Line Coupling Models: Coupled Transmission Lines Model versus Single-cell Corrected Taylor Model

Abstract : Models for field-to-line coupling are interesting be- cause they help to predict the immunity of PCBs and explain the relation between routing and immunity. In this article a meandered PCB trace illuminated by EM field in a TEM cell is analysed. The near-end and far-end coupling is predicted using two models: a detailed and an approximative one. The detailed model is a circuit of coupled multi-conductor transmission lines evaluated with a circuit simulator. The approximative model consists of a single Taylor cell with an analytical modification evaluated using a numerical computing tool. Both predictions are compared with measurements and turn out to be equally precise. The advantage of the coupled lines model is its flexibility, the advantage of the modified Taylor model is its ease of use.
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Sjoerd Op 'T Land, Tvrtko Mandić, Mohamed Ramdani, Adrijan Barić, Richard Perdriau, et al.. Comparison of Field-To-Line Coupling Models: Coupled Transmission Lines Model versus Single-cell Corrected Taylor Model. Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC EUROPE 2013), The 2013 International Symposium on, Sep 2013, Brugge, Belgium. pp.276-281. ⟨hal-00923674⟩

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