electromagnetic coupling

electromagnetic coupling

[i¦lek·trō·mag′ned·ik ′kəp·liŋ]
(electromagnetism)
Coupling that exists between circuits when they are mutually affected by the same electromagnetic field.
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0 also introduces two-way electromagnetic coupling with stress analysis and the ability to re-simulate the electromagnetic field distribution on the deformed geometry.
The remainder of the models is populated by crosstalk terms that are typically undesirable but are produced by electromagnetic coupling.
Some areas that need attention are electromagnetic simulations, signal integrity verification (SIV), power ground network simulation and optimization, system-level power distribution and noise analysis, electromagnetic coupling (emc)/electromagnetic interference (EMI) verification, embedded passive design and modeling, chip/package co-design, mixed signal design and analysis for system-in-package/system-on-package (SIP/SOP), and the ability to model entire systems.
e]) and [alpha] (q / M) (where [alpha] = 1/137, is an electromagnetic coupling constant, M the nucleon mass and q the transferred momentum), Eq.
Sedlak describes "Life" as a process, quantum in nature, expressing an electromagnetic coupling of chemical reactions with electronic processes on a protein-nucleic semiconducting substrate.
4) that can electromagnetically couple with the coil, pull power, superheat and cause the refractory to erode and wash out, If the refractory is properly sized, installed and sintered, the network that develops will be too fine and contain too little metal to support sufficient electromagnetic coupling to cause refractory damage.
analysis of electromagnetic coupling effects within their circuits.
Accurate models of chip IO interconnects that fully represent the distributed nature of power, ground and signals as well as their electromagnetic coupling effects were not available in commercial EDA flows," he said.
Smaller overall design footprints also increase the need to account for crosstalk and electromagnetic coupling between traces.
A multinational collaboration involving researchers at NIST, in Germany, and Sweden, investigated electromagnetic coupling on an atomic scale.
Life" he described as a process, quantum in nature, expressing an electromagnetic coupling of chemical reactions with electronic processes on a protein-nucleic semiconducting substrate.
The Serenade design suites, combined with Ansoft's electromagnetic field solvers, Ansoft HFSS and Maxwell Strata, allow users to include rigorous analysis of electromagnetic coupling effects within their designs.

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