fringing fields

fringing fields

[′frinj·iŋ ‚fēlz]
(electronics)
The electric fields produced by scattered electrons in an electron microscope.
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Effects of fringing fields on the capacitance of circular microstrip disk have been researched in [9].
For example, the ground is considered to be a solid cylinder around via and the fringing fields are ignored.
The Infinity Probe offers good return loss, attenuation, crosstalk and calibration verifications, due to the lithographic thin-film construction that confines the fringing fields more tightly than conventional flexible coplanar tips.
To this end, changing media alters fringing fields, thus creating adverse effects and degrading performance.
This capability is particularly important in modeling MMIC devices where fringing fields at the edges of the ferrite are especially strong.
Fringing fields are taken into account by extending the length of the patch antenna a and the width of the radiator b outwards using the design formulas of the microstrip lines.
Fringing fields lead to on-wafer measurement problems when the probe's transmission line ground, or shield, acts as one conductor, and the probe station chuck, wafer or other nearby conductors act as another conductor.