At Artech House, we ask our authors what problems their books can help readers solve. In this series, we share what our authors aim to do in their writing. Read on to find out what Uri Vered, who wrote Intersystem EMC Analysis, Interference, and Solutions had to say:
What are some problems your book can help readers solve?
- Making sure that a complex system, composed of a variety of transmitting and receiving devices (such as used in communications, radar, and navigation) can mutually function without EMC interference.
- Defining EMC requirements for the device, platform, site, and arena level
- Performing EMC analysis for predicting EMC problems in these levels
- Defining EMC solutions in cases where problems are anticipated
What are the features of your book and the specific benefits a reader can expect to derive from those features?
Feature: System performance degradation.
Benefit: In cases where interference is predicted, we can quantify the interference margin and calculate the interference impact on system performance in terms such as: communication or radar range reduction and error rates.
Feature: New approaches in mathematical development of interference probability calculations
Benefit: Interference probability due to relative antenna directions, interference probability between systems having random frequency difference, and, interference probability due to pulse to pulse interference.
Feature: Defining default values
Benefit: Allow the performance of EMC analysis, even in cases where some EMC parameters and data are missing, such as antenna patterns, intercardinal antenna gain, near field approximations.
Feature: EMC approaches and in the S/I vs. the Desensitization approach
Benefit: Performing EMC analysis in both cases: either wanted transmitters scenario is available or not.
Please name the audiences at which this book is aimed. How will this audience use your book?
EMC engineers: To prepare detailed definition of the EMC requirements for a project and define detailed solutions to anticipated EMC problems for a project.
Operations researchers: To evaluate the capability of complex receiving and transmitting systems; to exhibit on-board EM compatibility, co-site EM compatibility and wide area co-existence.
System analysts: To predict anticipated EMC problems
Project Managers in the electronic industry and/or defense industries: To define top-level EMC requirements in a project or system and initiate timely and cost-effective solutions to anticipated EMC problems in a project or system.
CTO in electronic industry and/or defense industries: Technical guidance and control over the EMC engineers, operations researchers, system analysts and project managers in the organization, in the above-mentioned EMC issues.
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