In this work, a measurement-based procedure aimed at deriving a behavioral model of Bulk Current Injection (BCI) probes clamped onto multi-wire cable bundles is proposed. The procedure utilizes the measurement data obtained by mounting the probe onto the calibration jig for model-parameters extraction, and 2D electromagnetic simulations to adapt such parameters to the specific characteristics of the cable bundle under analysis. Outcome of the analysis is a behavioral model which can be easily implemented into the SPICE environment. Without loss of generality, the proposed model is here used to predict the radio-frequency noise stressing the terminal units of a two-wire harness. Model accuracy in predicting the common and differential mode voltages induced by BCI at the line terminals is assessed by EM modeling and simulation of the involved injection setup by the commercial software CST Microwave Studio.

SPICE behavioral modeling of RF current injection in wire bundles

GRASSI, FLAVIA;SPADACINI, GIORDANO;PIGNARI, SERGIO AMEDEO
2014

Abstract

In this work, a measurement-based procedure aimed at deriving a behavioral model of Bulk Current Injection (BCI) probes clamped onto multi-wire cable bundles is proposed. The procedure utilizes the measurement data obtained by mounting the probe onto the calibration jig for model-parameters extraction, and 2D electromagnetic simulations to adapt such parameters to the specific characteristics of the cable bundle under analysis. Outcome of the analysis is a behavioral model which can be easily implemented into the SPICE environment. Without loss of generality, the proposed model is here used to predict the radio-frequency noise stressing the terminal units of a two-wire harness. Model accuracy in predicting the common and differential mode voltages induced by BCI at the line terminals is assessed by EM modeling and simulation of the involved injection setup by the commercial software CST Microwave Studio.
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