"In this dissertation, a source reconstruction method is proposed to model the emission behavior of an IC by using magnitude-only information during near-field scanning. The phase-retrieval is accomplished during the back-forth iterations between two scanning planes of different heights. The magnitudes of fields on two planes of different heights are recorded and used to constrain the amplitude of the calculated fields during iterations. Three essential transformations among dipoles and fields are continued at each iteration step, until the convergence condition is achieved. The proposed algorithm has been verified by using a set of dipole-array as the original emitting sources, and also validated by simulating the emission behavior of a commercial microcontroller.
In the second paper, an equivalent dipoles based hybrid modeling method is proposed. This hybrid model consists of two groups of equivalent dipoles: one set of dipoles is to represent the radiation from pins and bonding-wires; the other set of dipoles is to mimic the contributions from the DIE and the lead-frame-flag beneath the DIE. The accuracy and flexibility of the hybrid model have been validated by internally exciting a commercial microcontroller under three different operation modes.
The third paper presents a fast and efficient calibration method which uses the same setup and instruments during calibration and measurement, and it allows for easy and economical integration of the calibration hardware and software into the scanning system. Known fields are created by a microstrip trace driven with a comb-generator. By referencing measured data to this known field, the probe factor is obtained over a broad frequency range by capturing one time-domain waveform"--Abstract, page iv.
Fan, Jun, 1971-
Drewniak, James L.
DuBroff, Richard E.
Beetner, Daryl G.
Hale, Barbara N.
Electrical and Computer Engineering
Ph. D. in Electrical Engineering
Missouri University of Science and Technology
Journal article titles appearing in thesis/dissertation
- Source reconstructions for IC radiated emissions based on magnitude-only near-field scanning
- A hybrid source-reconstruction method for IC's emission problem by determining equivalent dipoles
- An effective method of probe-calibration in phase resolved near-field scanning for EMI application
xiii, 125 pages
© 2013 Ji Zhang, All rights reserved.
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Library of Congress Subject Headings
Integrated circuits -- Mathematical models
Electromagnetic fields -- Mathematical models
Near-fields -- Measurement
Electromagnetic interference -- Measurement
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Zhang, Ji, "Source reconstructions for IC radiated emissions based on magnitude-only near-field scanning" (2013). Doctoral Dissertations. 76.
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