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Effect of installing magnetic-polymer-composite sheeting on transmission line to suppress conducted-electromagnetic noise

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4 Author(s)
Tsuda, F. ; Electromagn. Compatability Res. Labs. Co. Ltd., Sendai, Japan ; Ono, H. ; Shinohara, S. ; Sato, R.

Magnetic-polymer-composite sheeting is used to suppress radiated electromagnetic noise generated from electronic equipment. The sheeting is a combination of a soft-magnetic-metallic powder and a polymer. Installing this sheeting on transmission lines on substrates, attenuates the conducted-electromagnetic noise. In this paper we describe the effect on the transmission line characteristics due to the installation of the sheeting, and the attenuation of high-GHz-conducted-electromagnetic noise by loss of the sheeting

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

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2000