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Measurement of voltage rise curves due to gap discharge using coupled transmission lines in distributed constant line system

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4 Author(s)
Kawamata, K. ; Hachinohe Inst. of Technol., Japan ; Minegishi, S. ; Haga, A. ; Sato, R.

Very fast voltage rise curves due to gap discharge were examined to discuss an EMI source. The measurement system consists of a distributed constant line system, because the voltage transients were very rapid. A characteristic of the gap electrode, which has a matched impedance for the distributed constant line system, was investigated in the frequency range below 5 GHz. The voltages of the power source in the experiment were 510 V and 800 V because Paschen's law holds its stability in the air condition. It was confirmed that the measurement method enables one to measure high speed voltage rise curves of about 100 ps

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Electromagnetic Compatibility Proceedings, 1997 International Symposium on

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21-23 May 1997