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Reducing printed circuit board emissions with low-noise design practices

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4 Author(s)
Arthur T. Bradley ; NASA Langley Research Center, 5 North Dryden, MS488, Hampton, VA 23681 USA ; Jennine Fowler ; Brian Yavoich ; Stephen Jennings

This paper presents the results of an experiment designed to determine the effectiveness of adopting several low-noise printed circuit board (PCB) design practices. Two boards were designed and fabricated, each consisting of identical mixed-signal circuitry. Several important differences were introduced between the board layouts: one board was constructed using recommended low-noise practices and the other constructed without such attention. The emissions from the two boards were then measured and compared, demonstrating an improvement in radiated emissions of up to 22 dB.

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2012 Asia-Pacific Symposium on Electromagnetic Compatibility

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21-24 May 2012