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Automotive RF immunity test set-up analysis: Why test results can't compare …

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3 Author(s)
Coenen, M. ; EMCMCC bv, Eindhoven, Netherlands ; Pues, H. ; Bousquet, T.

Though the automotive RF emission and RF immunity requirements are highly justifiable, the application of those requirements in an non-intended manner leads to false conclusions and unnecessary redesigns for the electronics involved. When the test results become too dependent upon the test set-up itself, inter-laboratory comparison as well as the search for design solutions and possible correlation with other measurement methods looses ground. In this paper, the ISO bulk-current injection (BCI) and radiated immunity (RI) module-level tests are discussed together with possible relation to the DPI and TEM cell methods used at the IC level.

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Electromagnetic Compatibility of Integrated Circuits (EMC Compo), 2011 8th Workshop on

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6-9 Nov. 2011