This article proposed a SPICE-compatible model to fast simulate the buzz noise problem in a camera device. Based on the reciprocity theorem, the proposed SPICE-compatible model consists of cascaded scattering (S) parameters extracted from the field coupling. It can provide an accurate estimation of the buzz noise transfer function (TFtotal) between the radio-frequency antenna and the audio system within an average error of 1 dB. Besides, the proposed model allows for coupling decomposition by separating the audio system into different regions, fast buzz noise mitigation by adding filtering circuits, and fast antenna evaluation/selection by characterizing the TFtotal with different antenna structures. The advantage of the proposed model is that, instead of multiple 3-D simulations during the predesign-stage troubleshooting, it is a fast SPICE-compatible method with SPICE simulation time of 4.5 min and one-time 3-D full-wave simulation on the camera system studied. It provides quick estimation on the potential buzz noise problems, coupling decomposition, buzz noise mitigation methods, and selection of antenna structures.
W. Zhang et al., "A SPICE-Compatible Model to Simulate RFI-Induced Buzz Noise Problem in a Camera," IEEE Transactions on Electromagnetic Compatibility, vol. 64, no. 4, pp. 987 - 998, Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, Aug 2022.
The definitive version is available at https://doi.org/10.1109/TEMC.2022.3160926
Electrical and Computer Engineering
Keywords and Phrases
Buzz noise; radio-frequency interference (RFI); reciprocity theorem; SPICE-compatible model; transfer function
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01 Aug 2022