IEEE Transactions on Electromagnetic Compatibility

Issue 3 • Aug. 1972

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  • Table of contents

    Publication Year: 1972, Page(s): c1
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  • IEEE Electromagnetic Compatibility Group

    Publication Year: 1972, Page(s): c2
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  • Cross-Ambiguity Function for a Linear FM Pulse Compression Radar

    Publication Year: 1972, Page(s):85 - 91
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    Three-dimensional computer plots of the cross-ambiguity function are developed in order to illustrate the discrimination against improperly coded signals in a pulse compression matched filter. The filter response envelope amplitude is plotted as a function of time and frequency offset for input signals mismatched in FM rate, pulsewidth, and timedomain amplitude weighting. Illustrative examples of ... View full abstract»

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  • Man-Made Electromagnetic Noise in Southern California and Southern Nevada

    Publication Year: 1972, Page(s):92 - 96
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    A brief history of man-made noise interference is provided. A series of examples of this type of radio interference points out the generally insidious_or in a few instances the somewhat ridiculous_nature and effects of man-made noise. It is demonstrated how the Pacific Missile Range and the Western Area Frequency Coordinator mitigate man-made noise by the use of area controls, engi... View full abstract»

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  • Transmission Line Coupled to a Cylinder in an Incident Field

    Publication Year: 1972, Page(s):97 - 105
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    An approximate formula is derived for the currents in the loads terminating a two-wire line located parallel to and near a circular conducting cylinder of finite length. The line and the cylinder are illuminated by an incident plane wave. The analysis takes account of the coupling between the line and the cylinder and hence of the effects of possible axial resonances in the latter. The configurati... View full abstract»

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  • Contributors

    Publication Year: 1972, Page(s): 106
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  • G-EMC Policy

    Publication Year: 1972, Page(s): 106c
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  • Institutional listings

    Publication Year: 1972, Page(s): 106d
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Aims & Scope

IEEE Transactions on Electromagnetic Compatibility publishes original and significant contributions related to all disciplines of electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) and relevant methods to predict, assess and prevent electromagnetic interference (EMI) and increase device/product immunity.

The scope of the publication includes, but is not limited to Electromagnetic Environments; Interference Control; EMC and EMI Modeling; High Power Electromagnetics; EMC Standards, Methods of EMC  Measurements; Computational Electromagnetics and Signal and Power Integrity, as applied or directly related to Electromagnetic Compatibility problems; Transmission Lines; Electrostatic Discharge and Lightning Effects; EMC in Wireless and Optical Technologies; EMC in  Printed Circuit Board and System Design.

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University of L'Aquila
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