The prediction of crosstalk, of the radiated emission of cables and of the pick-up of external fields by cables is one of the basic issue of EMC. We give here a lot of information on the creation of SPICE models for such computations.
A paper presented at the Zürich EMC symposium in March 1991 dealt with the simulation of crosstalk and of field-to-wire couplings with a SPICE software. This seems to be the first paper published on the second subject. It shows the state of our research of these days, for the improvement of our SpiceLine Software.
[B12] F. Broydé, E. Clavelier, F. Vaillant, S. Bigot, "Crosstalk and field to wire coupling problems: the Spice simulator approach", proceedings of the 9th International Zürich Symposium on EMC, 12-14 March 1991, pp. 23-28.
This paper was later expanded by:
[B18] F. Broydé, E. Clavelier, C. Hymowitz, "Simulating Crosstalk and Field to Wire Coupling with a Spice Simulator", IEEE Circuits and Devices Magazine, Vol. 8, No. 5, September 1992, pp. 8-16.
[B38] F. Broydé, E. Clavelier, L. Hoeft, "Comments on "A SPICE Model for Multiconductor Transmission Lines Excited by an Incident Electromagnetic Field"", IEEE Transactions on EMC, Vol. 38, No. 1, February 1996, pp. 104-108.
However, the best description of our current computation methods and practices in this area is presented in the user's guide of SpiceLine. Downloading the SpiceLine User's Guide (Adobe Acrobat file, 199 ko).
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