Attenuation in Extended Structures Coated with Thin Magneto-Dielectric Absorber Layer
Thin absorbing layers containing magnetic alloy or ferrite inclusions can be effectively used for attenuating common-mode currents on extended structures, such as power cords, cables, or edge-coupled microstrip lines. An analytical model to evaluate attenuation on the coaxial line with the central conductor coated with a magneto-dielectric layer is proposed and validated by the experiments and numerical modeling. The analytical model is validated using available magneto-dielectric samples of different thicknesses. This model can serve for comparing and predicting the absorptive properties of different samples of magneto-dielectric materials, whose compositions may be unknown, but dielectric and magnetic properties can be determined by independent measurements over the specified frequency ranges. From modeling the absorption in a coaxial line with a wrapped central conductor, it could be concluded whether it is reasonable to use this particular material in such applications as a shield on an Ethernet or other cable, for reducing potential common-mode currents and unwanted radiation in the frequency range of interest.
M. Koledintseva et al., "Attenuation in Extended Structures Coated with Thin Magneto-Dielectric Absorber Layer," Progress in Electromagnetics Research, vol. 118, pp. 441-459, EMW Publishing, Jan 2011.
The definitive version is available at http://dx.doi.org/10.2528/PIER11053012
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