A transmission-line model is developed for predicting the response of a twisted-wire pair (TWP) circuit in the presence of a ground plane, illuminated by a plane-wave electromagnetic field. The twisted pair is modeled as an ideal bifilar helix, the total coupling is separated into differential- (DM) and common-mode (CM) contributions, and closed-form expressions are derived for the equivalent induced sources. Approximate upper bounds to the terminal response of electrically long lines are obtained, and a simplified low-frequency circuit model is used to explain the mechanism of field-to-wire coupling in a TWP above ground, as well as the role of load balancing on the DM and CM electromagnetic noise induced in the terminal loads.

Plane-wave coupling to a twisted-wire pair above ground

PIGNARI, SERGIO AMEDEO;SPADACINI, GIORDANO
2011-01-01

Abstract

A transmission-line model is developed for predicting the response of a twisted-wire pair (TWP) circuit in the presence of a ground plane, illuminated by a plane-wave electromagnetic field. The twisted pair is modeled as an ideal bifilar helix, the total coupling is separated into differential- (DM) and common-mode (CM) contributions, and closed-form expressions are derived for the equivalent induced sources. Approximate upper bounds to the terminal response of electrically long lines are obtained, and a simplified low-frequency circuit model is used to explain the mechanism of field-to-wire coupling in a TWP above ground, as well as the role of load balancing on the DM and CM electromagnetic noise induced in the terminal loads.
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