In recent decades, semiconductor technologies have been shrinking, while the operating frequencies and integration density of modern integrated circuits (ICs) have increased significantly. As a result, the electromagnetic emission (EME) of modern ICs and their electromagnetic susceptibility (EMS) have become a major issue in the design of electron-ics-based systems (EBS). In this context, engineers are increasingly required to ensure that their developed products function satisfactorily in their electromagnetic environment, i.e. that they are not functionally affected by electromagnet-ic interferences, but also that they do not negatively influence other devices through their electromagnetic emission.
|Journal||TU Graz Research|
|Publication status||Published - Jan 2020|
Fields of Expertise
- Information, Communication & Computing