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Issue 3 • Date 3rd Quarter 2013

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  • [Front cover]

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  • Contents

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  • Letter from the editor

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  • President's message

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  • Chapter chatter

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  • EMC personality profile

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  • Why publish your research in EMC journals?

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  • EMC Society history

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  • 50-25-10 Years ago: A review of EMC Society newsletters

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  • Quasies and Peaks

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  • Thoughts on working with Ed Bronaugh's technical papers and material

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  • Book review

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  • Practical papers, articles and application notes

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  • Pulsed Hertzian dipole radiation and electrostatic discharge events in manufacturing

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    A destructive Charged Device Model electrostatic discharge event can happen in semiconductor manufacturing and should be detectable from radiation that results from collapse of an electric dipole. The analytically describable radiation field pulse of CDM can be readily produced with a new instrument that creates dipole collapse at will. A coaxial monopole E-field antenna's transfer function gives ... View full abstract»

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  • Effect of ESD on complex programmable logic device and field programmable gate arrays

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    Complex electronics devices are becoming more sensitive to electrostatic discharge (ESD). These components are being developed with higher density (extra memory bits per unit volume) and are becoming faster (MHz, GHz, THz, etc.). These upgrades in technology do not come without a "technological price". By enhancing the products' performance to meet the users' demands and requirements, one drawback... View full abstract»

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  • Choosing the appropriate Gas Discharge Tubes (GDT) for avionics lightning protection

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    GDTs are a very effective component to suppress high powered pulsed transients such as lightning. When designing per the datasheet, one would expect a component to operate within the specified ratings. This is not always the case. Some GDTs typically violate the impulse spark-over voltage rating. The authors have noticed a belief in the industry that this is normal for a GDT. GDTs can be found tha... View full abstract»

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  • Signal integrity

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  • EMC standards activity

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  • IEEE GOLD EMC

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  • Asia Pacific EMC (APEMC) 2013 symposium in Melbourne

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  • Sister Society agreement signed in Australia

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  • The evolution of Maxwell's equations through a brief critical examination of the history and background of the man and his times - Part 2

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    Maxwell's first published effort to describe electromagnetic phenomena was his paper "On Faraday's Lines of Force", published in 1855. In this first of four papers leading up to his Treatise, Maxwell opens his two-part presentation by stating in his introductory remarks that although much is known about the present state of electricity, areas still remain where knowledge is sparse and clear relati... View full abstract»

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  • Education and student activities committee (ESAC)

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  • New IEEE James C. Klouda Memorial Scholarship award

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  • Calendar

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The IEEE Electromagnetic Compatibility Magazine informs readers of activity in the EMC Society and educate members via practical technical papers and design tips.

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