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Determination of combined cable shield and interstitial foil impedance for IWS harness

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3 Author(s)
Scully, R.C. ; Bell Helicopter, Fort Worth, TX, USA ; Mai Chi Nguyen ; Anderson, J.

A SPICE model of the foils and overbraiding of an integrated wiring system (IWS) harness is created to characterize their combined impedance as a function of frequency. Comparison of predicted values of impedance to measured data for a modeled cable harness is accomplished, in which fair agreement is seen to exist. A straightforward empirical adjustment is then made to the SPICE model, which results in bringing the model-predicted values into very close agreement with the measured data. Possible reasons for initial model-predicted value disagreement with empirical data are discussed, and form the basis for future research

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Electromagnetic Compatibility, 2000. IEEE International Symposium on  (Volume:2 )

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