Electromagnetic compatibility and resistance of radio-electronic means

Objective - mastering the fundamental and applied concepts, theory and methodology of modern foundations of principles of work, calculations, designing of blocks, modules, individual products and systems in terms of electromagnetic compatibility and noise immunity of RES, formation of the scientific outlook of students, thus, prepare students for further self-study the principles of electromagnetic compatibility and noise immunity in modern devices and microwave systems, namely;
- axioms of probability theory;
- the main causes of parasitic predicted and random radiation;
- basic methods of analysis of unwanted radiation and creation of parasitic electromagnetic fields both external and internal;
- Physical processes and theoretical regularities of the scholastic and mathematical models of undesirable electromagnetic fields;
- methods of research of the barriers;
- norms on parameters of electromagnetic compatibility of various electronic systems;
- use of acquired knowledge in the analysis of electronic circuits, individual tools, aggregate systems for electromagnetic compatibility;
- construction of algorithms for the creation of noise-proof systems, taking into account unwanted radiation as predicted and not predicted;
- analysis of physical processes, which result in harmful radiation, guidance of parasitic currents;
- analysis of harmful radiation;
- estimation of the parasitic influence of unwanted radiation on the work of this system;
- simulation at the level of structural schemes of methods for controlling harmful flares and unwanted radiation;
- conducting preliminary calculations of variants on the subject of electromagnetic compatibility.
The electromagnetic compatibility of radio electronic devices is determined by the possibility of these devices simultaneously operating in real conditions of exploitation under the influence of not predicted radio interruptions and not creating unacceptable radio interruptions for other means. Radio-electronic means may include a transmitter, an antenna-feeder system, a receiving device with a receiving antenna feeder system, or a functionally-integrated node, a system for processing, archiving, encryption and subsequent forwarding to the second device. All these individual nodes in the overall system must function together and not create unwanted parasitic radiation.
This discipline examines, analyzes and advises on electromagnetic compatibility issues and the creation of noise immunity systems.
Electromagnetic compatibility is a set of conditions under which radio electronic means or systems can perform their functions without experiencing unacceptable deterioration of the main characteristics under the influence of other radio-electronic means of radiation, and, in turn, without affecting the deterioration of the characteristics of their system.
The purpose of teaching discipline is to acquire students theoretical knowledge and practical skills in the design of electronic equipment, taking into account probable unwanted radiation (bypass, off-band, noise) and building and analyzing models of electromagnetic parasitic fields.
In the process of studying this course students must study the norms and parameters of electromagnetic compatibility of radio-electronic means.
This discipline is based on the knowledge of the disciplines "Fundamentals of circle theory", "Electrodynamics and wave propagation", "Fundamentals of the theory of electromagnetic field", "Receiving and transmitting devices", "Higher mathematics - probability theory".

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Khimych G.P.
4 курс 8 семестр