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TOC Alert for Publication# 15 2017January 19<![CDATA[IEEE Transactions on Electromagnetic Compatibility publication information]]>592C2C256<![CDATA[Editorial From the Editor-in-Chief]]>592314314123<![CDATA[Low-Frequency Theoretical Analysis of a Source-Stirred Reverberation Chamber]]>5923153241589<![CDATA[Energy Localization Effects Within a Reverberation Chamber and Their Reduction in Chaotic Geometries]]>5923253331089<![CDATA[A Software-Based Calibration Technique for Characterizing the Magnetic Signature of EUTs in Measuring Facilities]]>592334341811<![CDATA[An Innovative Virtual Chamber Measurement Method Based on Spatial Domain Cancellation Technique for Radiation Emission In Situ Test]]>in situ radiated emission test is proposed. Technologies of signal processing such as side lobe cancellation and frequency section have been adopted to filter background interferences in a smart way. The suppression effects on different kinds of interferences are studied. The simulation results show that the method can simultaneously suppress multiple interferences, which are either narrowband or wideband, stable or transient. The performance of the method is evaluated by experiments as well. The experimental results show that the pulse modulation interferences can be suppressed remarkably, guaranteeing the radiation characteristic of the testing equipment free of distortion at the same time. This novel method can not only make up shortages of traditional virtual chamber technology, but also has more handleability and convenience for the electromagnetic compatibility in situ test.]]>5923423511617<![CDATA[Use of a Reference Point Method to Calibrate the Field Uniformity When Testing With Transient Electromagnetic Fields]]>5923523591870<![CDATA[RF Heating Study of a New Medical Implant Lead for 1.5 T, 3 T, and 7 T MRI Systems]]>5923603661098<![CDATA[Efficient Analytical Prediction of the EMI Bandgap Limits of PEC-PMC Metallic Enclosures Hosting RF and Digital Circuits]]>5923673741478<![CDATA[Karoo Array Telescope Berm Shielding: Efficient Computational Modeling and Multicopter Measurement]]>5923753821742<![CDATA[Accurate Evaluation of Field Interactions Between Cable Harness and Vehicle Body by a Multiple Scattering Method]]>5923833932052<![CDATA[A Proposal to Improve the Standard on the Shielding Effectiveness Measurements of Materials and Gaskets in a Reverberation Chamber]]>592394403805<![CDATA[Far-Field Scattering From an Electrically Small Circular Aperture in a Conducting Screen]]>592404410608<![CDATA[Kron–Branin Modeling of Y-Y-Tree Interconnects for the PCB Signal Integrity Analysis]]>592411419752<![CDATA[An Adaptive Chebyshev Approach for Fast Computation of Grounding System Admittance Matrix]]>5924204281120<![CDATA[Digital Wave Simulation of Quasi-Static Partial Element Equivalent Circuit Method]]>5924294381404<![CDATA[Identification Method of EMI Sources Based on Measured Single-Channel Signal and its Application in Aviation Secondary Power Source Design]]>592439446892<![CDATA[Stable Simulation of Multiport Passive Distributed Networks Using Time Marching Method]]>Z -transform for analyzing and obtaining the TM equations, and the application of cepstrum for preventing the apparition of unstable poles in the Z-domain counterparts of the TM equations. The efficiency of the proposed method is demonstrated by comparing its results with simulations obtained using the following: 1) a full-wave FDTD approach, and 2) CST Cable Studio.]]>5924474532205<![CDATA[Extrapolation of a Truncated Spectrum With Hilbert Transform for Obtaining Causal Impulse Responses]]>5924544601560<![CDATA[Modeling and Optimization of Multiground TSVs for Signals Shield in 3-D ICs]]>S-parameters of the model are validated by the simulated and measured results. Then, the effect of different patterns of ground TSVs on the central signal and coupling capacitance are discussed. Note that the hexagon pattern proposed in this paper can save the occupied area prominently without damaging the signal integrity.]]>592461467944<![CDATA[Quantified Design Guides for the Reduction of Radiated Emissions in Package-Level Power Distribution Networks]]>5924684801240<![CDATA[Frequency-Response-Oriented Design and Optimization of N+ Diffusion Guard Ring in Lightly Doped CMOS Substrate]]>$mu$m radio frequency CMOS technology, the design concept is verified by full-wave simulation and measurement. Measurement results show that the designed n+ diffusion guard rings have the much higher isolation at most about 30 dB at the resonant frequency than conventional structures with a broad frequency band about 10 GHz. This suggests that the proposed technique is able to enhance the isolation of the desired frequency range.]]>5924814871205<![CDATA[Novel Hybrid Analytical/Numerical Conducted EMI Model of a Flyback Converter]]>5924884971659<![CDATA[Statistical Prediction and Quantification of Radiated Susceptibility for Electronic Systems PCB in Electromagnetic Polluted Environments]]>5924985081369<![CDATA[Evaluation of Different Approximations for Correlation Coefficients in Stochastic FDTD to Estimate SAR Variance in a Human Head Model]]>592509517700<![CDATA[A Modified Enhanced Transmission Line Theory Applied to Multiconductor Transmission Lines]]>RLCG form. Besides, these new parameters are expressed as a combination of the classical ones and a high-frequency correction. These equations can be easily solved by the existing classical TLT solvers. The results obtained by this theory are in a much better agreement than the classical TLT with those predicted by a full-wave solver or measurements.]]>592518528776<![CDATA[Shielding Effectiveness of a Spacecraft Faraday Cage With Pin 1 Connections]]>592529532439<![CDATA[Equivalent Circuit Model of Soft Shield Defects in Coaxial Cables Using Numerical Modeling]]>592533536517<![CDATA[Shielding Effectiveness Estimation of a Metallic Enclosure With an Aperture Using S-Parameter Analysis: Analytic Validation and Experiment]]>592537540352<![CDATA[Modeling of Contact Bounce in a Transient Electromagnetic Compatibility Test for the Analysis and Optimization of Nonlinear Devices]]>592541544928<![CDATA[Trench Structure to Suppress Magnetic Field Leakage From an Aperture in a Metallic Enclosure]]>5925455482811