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Historic Boston Welcomes International EMC Symposium

The 2003 IEEE International Symposium on Electromagnetic Compatibility, fondly referred to by organizers as Boston’s EMC Party, will be held Aug. 18 to 22 at the John B. Hynes Veterans Memorial Convention Center. In keeping with the influence of the historical city, “Revolutionary Symposium” has been selected as the theme of the annual event.

During the symposium, industry experts and scholars from around the world will present technical papers and sessions, workshops, and tutorials. The program begins on Monday (Aug. 18) with several workshops and IEEE committee meetings. After a three-day break for the technical sessions, five additional workshops on Friday (Aug. 22) close out the symposium.

The traditional five-track technical program begins Tuesday (Aug. 19) and continues through Thursday (Aug. 21). The comprehensive schedule includes nearly 200 technical papers on many aspects of EMC along with open-format sessions so participants can have less formal discussions with authors. Special sessions on topics such as EMC modeling and simulation validation, PCB design and simulation for EMC control, and mechanisms of PCB radiation plus several hands-on experiments and demonstrations also will be held.

A schedule of the workshops and technical program, including the titles of individual presentations, accompanies this article.

Exhibits

More than 200 companies from around the world will exhibit products and services ranging from EMC modeling software to complete test systems. Exhibit hours are 9:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. on Tuesday and Wednesday (Aug. 20) and 9:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Thursday at the Hynes Convention Center.

NARTE Examination

The NARTE certification exam, a traditional complement to the symposium, will be held on Friday. In addition to the many sessions held throughout the week to help attendees prepare for the exam, a special workshop, Preparing for the NARTE Exam, is offered on Monday. For more information, call 800-896-2783 or visit www.narte.org.

Companions and Children

An extensive Companion Tour program has been developed for symposium registrants and guests. It kicks off Monday morning with a motor coach tour of Boston and Cambridge, includes a whale-watching expedition, and concludes Friday with a visit to the JFK Library.

Children from ages 8 to teens are invited to participate in workshops where they can build some amazing toys and electric gadgets. Sessions will be held on Tuesday afternoon and Wednesday and Thursday mornings.

Registration and Reservations

To register for the symposium and reserve hotel accommodations, contact the 2003 IEEE EMC Symposium at 732-562-3870 or www.emc2003.org. Several registration classifications are available: full five-day program with reduced rates for retired or unemployed attendees; limited for students, guests ages 18 and older, and junior guests from ages 5 to 17; and one day.

The IEEE Travel Service offers discounted airline and rental car rates. For more information, visit www.ieeetravelonline.org, call 800-879-4333, or fax 732-562-8815.

Workshops

Monday, Aug. 18
8:00 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.
MO-AM-WS1: Fundamentals of EMC Design
Part 1 and 2 Full day, two-part workshop

8:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.
MO-AM-WS2: Advances in Site Validation Techniques Above 1 GHz
MO-AM-WS3: Wireless Communications Device Test and Measurement Requirements
MO-AM-WS4: Preparing for the NARTE Exam
MO-AM-WS5: EMC Design and Analysis for Electro-Optic (EO) Systems

1:30 to 5:30 p.m.
MO-PM-WS6: Testing, Analysis, and Modeling of EMC in Aerospace Systems
MO-PM-WS7: EMC Standards
MO-PM-WS8: Reverberation Chamber Test Conduct Options
MO-PM-WS9: Introduction to Numerical EMC Modeling Techniques

Friday, Aug. 22
8:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.
FR-AM-WS10: Application of EMC Modeling in Design
FR-AM-WS11: Basic EMC Measurements
FR-AM-WS12: Wireless Certification Workshop: Testing Radio Products
FR-AM-WS13: Product Safety Workshop
FR-AM-WS14: NARTE Certification Exam (8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.)

Technical Sessions

Tuesday, Aug. 19
8:30 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.
TU-AM-1: ESD
TU-AM-1-1: Measurement and Simulation of the Behavior of a Short Spark Gap Used as ESD Protection Device
TU-AM-1-2: Investigation of Noise Coupling
TU-AM-1-3: Modeling of EMI and ESD Problems in Split Multilayer Power Distribution Network
TU-AM-1-4: Impact of ESD Generator Parameters on Failure Level in Fast CMOS Systems
TU-AM-1-5: ESD Excitation Model for Susceptibility Study

TU-AM-2: Measurement Instrumentation
TU-AM-2-1: Asymmetry Anomalies and Resonances in Hybrid LPDA-Broadband Dipole Antennas
TU-AM-2-2: Correlation of Modeled and Measured Pattern Results of Ultra-Wideband TEM Horns
TU-AM-2-3: Practical and Quantitative Evaluation of the New CISPR 22 Ferrite Clamps
TU-AM-2-4: Design and Characterization of a Coaxial Cell for Miniature H-Field Loops Calibration
TU-AM-2-5: High-Frequency Magnetic Near Field Measurement on LSI Chip Using Planar Multilayer Shielded Loop Coil
TU-AM-2-6: Double Probe Near Field Scanner, a New Device for Measurements in Time-Domain

TU-AM-3: EMI Standards
TU-AM-3-1: Ultra-Wideband (UWB) Rules and Design Compliance Issues
TU-AM-3-2: The European EMC Directive—A Comparison of Existing and New Requirements
TU-AM-3-3: China’s Compliance Management System
TU-AM-3-4: An Overview of Emerging International Measurement Standards in Electromagnetic Compatibility for Integrated Circuits
TU-AM-3-5: The Importance of Failure-Criteria Definition in Immunity Testing
TU-AM-3-6: Investigation of Test Methods for DO-160 Qualification Tests

TU-AM-OF-1: Open Forum 1
9:00 to 11:00 a.m.
TU-AM-OF-1-1: Impact on EMI Profile Due to High-Frequency Resonance Effects of a Monitor Standard
TU-AM-OF-1-2: Influences of Loading Absorber on the Performances of a Reverberation Chamber
TU-AM-OF-1-3: Quadrature Polarization Uncertainty in Radiated Tests
TU-AM-OF-1-4: Product Safety and the Heat Sink—Dilemma of Minimizing Radiated Emissions and Maximizing Thermal Cooling
TU-AM-OF-1-5: The Current Element Is Not a Hertzian Dipole
TU-AM-OF-1-6: Leakage Through an Insulated Overlapped Slot
TU-AM-OF-1-7: The Use of GTD Method to Evaluate the Effect of Finite Metallic Plane of OATS on NSA in HF (300~1,000-MHz) Region
TU-AM-OF-1-8: A Basic Study of Millimeter-Wave Absorber for Two Frequency Bands Using Transparent Resistive Films
TU-AM-OF-1-9: Comparison and Correlation for Reverberation and Semi-Anechoic Chamber Regarding Emission Measurements Below 1 GHz
TU-AM-OF-1-10: Statistical Investigation of Frequency-Stirred Reverberation Chambers
TU-AM-OF-1-11: Practical Approach to Real-World EMC Testing in the Paris
“Metro” Subway and Regional Transit Systems

1:30 to 5:30 p.m.
TU-PM-1: EMC Education and Management
TU-PM-1-1: Teaching Coupling Mechanisms—A Case Study
TU-PM-1-2: A Basic Source of Electromagnetic Fields Clarified With Basic Mathematics
TU-PM-1-3: Introducing EMC Into the Curriculum for the First Time: Experiences in Achieving Depth and Breadth
TU-PM-1-4: Strategic Approach to EMC Test Laboratory Accreditation in Compliance with the New Standard ISO/IEC 17025
TU-PM-1-5: Important Considerations When Implementing Automated Software for Radiated Emissions Measurement

TU-PM-2: Shielding
TU-PM-2-1: Ion Beam Sputtering of Fe-Hf-O Ferromagnetic Thin Films for EMI Shielding Applications
TU-PM-2-2: Improved Aperture Model for Shielding Prediction
TU-PM-2-3: Intermediate-Level Circuit Model for Time-Domain Analysis of Shielding Using SPICE
TU-PM-2-4: Active Shielding Design in a Full 3-D Space of Indoor MV/LV Substations Using Genetic Algorithms Optimization
TU-PM-2-5: Shielding Techniques of the Low-Frequency Magnetic Field From Cable Power Lines
TU-PM-2-6: Shielding Effectiveness Studies of Rectangular Enclosures With Apertures Against EM Fields With Arbitrary Angles of Incidence and Polarizations
TU-PM-2-7: Identification and Localization of Defects in Shielded Cables by a Numerical/Experimental Procedure

TU-PM-3: PCB Design for EMI Control
TU-PM-3-1: High EMI Immunity CMOS OpAmp: Design and Measurements
TU-PM-3-2: An Analytical Model for Studying the Electromagnetic Radiation of Power-Bus Structures
TU-PM-3-3: Coupling of Through-Hole Signal Via to Power/Ground Plane Resonance and Excitation of Edge Radiation in Multilayer PCB
TU-PM-3-4: Effects of Skewing Output Driver Switching on the Electromagnetic Emission
TU-PM-3-5: Estimation of Printed Circuit Board Ground Plane Net Partial Inductance by Measuring the Noise Voltage
TU-PM-3-6: LSI Immunity Test Method by Direct GND Pin Injection

TU-PM-4: Wireless Technologies
TU-PM-4-1: Characterization of the Cumulative Effects of Ultrawideband (UWB) Technology on the Electromagnetic Environment
TU-PM-4-2: Two-Dimensional Simulation and Measurement of the Coupling of Bluetooth Signals Into Conductive Structures
TU-PM-4-3: Investigation Into Potential Interference From Multiple Ultrawideband (UWB) Transmitters
TU-PM-4-4: Detecting the Use of Intentionally Transmitting Devices Onboard Commercial Aircraft
TU-PM-4-5: Empirical Studies of Quality Degradation of Wireless Voice-over-IP Calls in the Presence of Bluetooth Interference
TU-PM-4-6: Simplifying SAR Compliance Testing by Using a Single Tissue Simulating Liquid

TU-PM-OF-2: Open Forum 2
2:00 to 4:00 p.m.
TU-PM-OF-2-1: The Role of Safety Margin in HIRF Testing
TU-PM-OF-2-2: External Field Coupling to Non-Symmetrical Transmission Line
TU-PM-OF-2-3: Electromagnetic Pickups by Long Heliax Cables in Lightning Environments
TU-PM-OF-2-4: Prediction of Radiated Emission Reduction from PCB Cabling by Using Ferrite Cores
TU-PM-OF-2-5: Modeling of Dynamic Hysteresis for Shielding Analysis
TU-PM-OF-2-6: Reasonable and Cost-Effective Approach to Uncertainty Determination in EMC Test Laboratories
TU-PM-OF-2-7: Robust Design of Bandgap Voltage References With Low EMI Susceptibility
TU-PM-OF-2-8: Report on an Inter Laboratory Comparison of EMC Antenna Factors on Antennas Used Above 1 GHz
TU-PM-OF-2-9: EM Near Fields Formed by Scattering of Multi-Wire Conductors Under Illumination of TM Plane Wave
TU-PM-OF-2-10: Biomaterial Loading in a Reverberation Chamber and the Resulting Field Statistics

Wednesday, Aug. 20
8:30 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.
WE-AM-1: Measurement Techniques
WE-AM-1-1: Magnetic Near-Field Distribution Measurements Over Fine Meander Circuit Patterns by Fiber-Optic Magneto-Optic Probe
WE-AM-1-2: Impact of Measurement System Noise Figure and Gain on Emissions Measurements Above 1 GHz
WE-AM-1-3: Experimental Study on Element Pattern in Array Sensor
WE-AM-1-4: S-Parameter Characterization for EMI Filters
WE-AM-1-5: Analysis of Power Line Communication Networks Using a New Approach Based on an Efficient Measurement Technique
WE-AM-1-6: Quick Search for a Permittivity Value in Model-Based Standing Wave Method Developed for Construction Material Measurement

WE-AM-2: EMI Control
WE-AM-2-1: Design of Miniaturized Common-Mode Filter by Multilayer Low-Temperature Co-fired Ceramic
WE-AM-2-2: Comparison of Methods for Characterizing Common-Mode Chokes
WE-AM-2-3: EMI Problems in Video Frame Buffers Design
WE-AM-2-4: EMI Impact on VLSI Scaling (Die Shrink)
WE-AM-2-5: Suppressed Carrier Clock for Reduction of Electromagnetic Radiated Emission from High-Speed Digital System
WE-AM-2-6: Methods to Reduce Radiated Emissions From Optical Transceivers

WE-AM-3: System EMC Analysis
WE-AM-3-1: Application of Parameter Sensitivity Method in EMC Analysis
WE-AM-3-2: Continuous Simulation of System-Level Automotive EMC Problems
WE-AM-3-3: Investigation Into in situ Shielding Effectiveness Testing of Commercial Aircraft
WE-AM-3-4: A Multi-Step Procedure for Anticipating Vehicle-Level EMI
WE-AM-3-5: Fast Electromagnetic Quality Test for Large Traffic Systems or Customer Experiments?

WE-AM-OF-3: Open Forum 3
9:00 to 11:00 a.m.
WE-AM-OF-3-1: Quantitative Estimation for Electromagnetic Field Noise From PCB With Switching Transistor
WE-AM-OF-3-2: A New Test System for Measurements of Fast Transients in Passenger Cars
WE-AM-OF-3-3: Evaluation of Current Distribution on Wires With a Simple Model Based on PEEC Method
WE-AM-OF-3-4: EMC Measurements in Buenos Aires Metro System
WE-AM-OF-3-5: Magnetic Field Sensing Using a Doubly-Loaded Loop With Electro-Optic Crystals
WE-AM-OF-3-6: Suppression Effect of Radiated Emission From Twisted-Pair Wires With Ferrite Core
WE-AM-OF-3-7: Multiple Pin RF Interference Effects in Integrated Circuits
WE-AM-OF-3-8: Review of Progress With EMC-Related Functional Safety
WE-AM-OF-3-9: Evaluation of Shielded Enclosure Leak Detection System (SELDS) With Non-Conventional Excitation for Shield Weld Quality Monitoring
WE-AM-OF-3-10: FDTD Method Allowing to Attach Multiple Rectangular Domains

1:30 to 5:30 p.m.
WE-PM-1: Cables, Crosstalk, and Lightning
WE-PM-1-1: Interference Between Voice and Data Channels Sharing the Same Unshielded Twisted Pair Cable’s Sheath in Structured Cabling Systems
WE-PM-1-2: Selection of Cables and Connectors for 100BaseTX Ethernet for Defense/Aerospace Environment EMI Compliance
WE-PM-1-3: Impact of Twist Non-Uniformity on Crosstalk in Twisted-Wire Pairs
WE-PM-1-4: Empirical Correlations Between OLMS and CGLSS Lightning Data
WE-PM-1-5: CN Tower Lightning Current Parameters Compared With Data Recorded at Tall Structures and From Rocket Triggered Lightning
WE-PM-1-6: On the Use of Transmission Line Theory to Represent a Nonuniform Vertically-Extended Object Struck by Lightning
WE-PM-1-7: Investigation of Electromagnetic Noise Transmission Characteristics from AC Main Port to Telecommunication Port

WE-PM-2: Shielding and Measurements
WE-PM-2-1: Strategies for Precompliance Measurements Using the TDEMI Measurement System
WE-PM-2-2: A Method to Display and Measure Reflection and Absorption Loss in Electromagnetic Shields
WE-PM-2-3: A Demystification of the U-Shaped Probability Distribution
WE-PM-2-4: Sensitivity of Frequency-Swept Shielding Effectiveness Measurements to Reflecting Surfaces and EMI Noise in the Test Area
WE-PM-2-5: Statistical Shielding Effectiveness—A Modal/Moment Method Approach to Characterize the Average Shielding Effectiveness Over a Wide Frequency Range Including Resonances
WE-PM-2-6: Measurement of High-Frequency Radiated Emission and Study on Measurement Optimization from 1 GHz to 18 GHz
WE-PM-2-7: Reliable Transfer Function Measurements of PEDs in Aircrafts

WE-PM-3: Emissions Measurements
WE-PM-3-1: Investigation of Electromagnetic Emissions Measurements Practices for Alternative Powertrain Road Vehicles
WE-PM-3-2: Evaluation of a Method Used for Measuring High-Frequency Common-Mode Noise at the Output of an Adjustable-Speed Drive
WE-PM-3-3: Characterization of Power Electronics EMI Emission
WE-PM-3-4: Radiated Electromagnetic Fields of Actual Devices Measured in Different Test Environments
WE-PM-3-5: Common-Mode Radiated Emissions From UTP/STP Cables With Differential High-Speed Drivers/Receivers
WE-PM-3-6: Analysis on RF Emission of Large Telecom Systems
WE-PM-3-7: Assessment of Synchronizing Function of Environmental ELF Electromagnetic Fields and Magnetic Field and Their Influence on Human EEG Dynamics

WE-PM-4: Numerical Modeling of Circuits, PCBs
WE-PM-4-1: Time-Domain and Frequency-Domain Macromodeling: Application to Package Structures
WE-PM-4-2: Investigations on Delay Interconnect Lines for High-Speed Timing Designs With the Numerical Technique
WE-PM-4-3: An Efficient FDTD Modeling for Power-Delivery-Planes With SMT Decoupling Capacitors
WE-PM-4-4: Analysis and Application of ADI-FDTD Method to Substrate and Interconnect Simulation
WE-PM-4-5: Characterization of Via Holes Discontinuities by Means of Numerical De-Embedding
WE-PM-4-6: Memory DIMM DC Power Distribution Analysis and Design

WE-PM-OF-4: Open Forum 4
2:00 to 4:00 p.m.
WE-PM-OF-4-1: The Adaptation of EMC Characteristics in Multi-Cascade Amplifiers on the Field Effect Transistors
WE-PM-OF-4-2: A Methodology for Testing Shielding Effectiveness of Avionics Bays
WE-PM-OF-4-3: Potential Damage to Flight Hardware from MIL-STD-462 CS02 Setup
WE-PM-OF-4-4: On Grounded Co-Planar Waveguides as Interconnects for 10 Gbps Signals
WE-PM-OF-4-5: Limitations of the Modified Transmission Line Equations, a Comparison With NEC
WE-PM-OF-4-6: Parametric Macromodels of Drivers for SSN Simulations
WE-PM-OF-4-7: Development, Implementation and Management of a System-Level EMC Design Mitigation Plan
WE-PM-OF-4-8: Design and Measurement of EMI Filter Low Leakage Current
WE-PM-OF-4-9: Effect of Stitching Capacitor Distance for Critical Traces Crossing Split Reference Planes
WE-PM-OF-4-10: Power and Ground-Reference Plane Impedance Determination as Decoupling Capacitor Distance Increases
WE-PM-OF-4-11: Experimental and Numerical Study on Properties of Meander Delay Line Over Split Ground Plane

Thursday, Aug. 21
8:30 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.
TH-AM-1: EMC Modeling Techniques
TH-AM-1-1: Reflection Loss in the Case of Plane Waves Impact on Infinite Absorbing Slab
TH-AM-1-2: 3D PEEC Capacitance Calculations
TH-AM-1-3: Solution of Large Transmission Line Type Circuits Using a New Optimized Waveform Relaxation Partitioning
TH-AM-1-4: Investigation of Potential Resonances in CEMPIE/PEEC
Simulations of Multilayered PCBs
TH-AM-1-5: An Efficient Numerical Method to Solve the Nonuniform MTL Equation Including Field Coupling

TH-AM-2: Test Facilities 1
TH-AM-2-1: The Design of a Facility to Achieve the Highest Level of Field Uniformity in the Test Volume
TH-AM-2-2: The Determination of the Ultra-Wideband and Time-Domain Behavior of Open Area Test Sites Using Frequency Domain Measurements and the Complex Antenna Factor Concept
TH-AM-2-3: Low-Frequency Correlation of Radiated Measurements Between a Semi-anechoic Chamber and an OATS or a Weather Protected Site
TH-AM-2-4: A Radiated Immunity Uniform Field Over a Ground Plane
TH-AM-2-5: Radiated Emission Field Perturbations Due to Accessories Used in the FAR Environment
TH-AM-2-6: Analysis of Site Attenuation for Spherical Dipole Antenna and Its Application

TH-AM-3: Signal Integrity 1
TH-AM-3-1: Characterization of Interconnections Performances for High-Speed Digital Boards: A Frequency/Time-Domain Approach
TH-AM-3-2: The Effects of Reference Capacitors on Signal Transmission Through Single-Ended Traces in Multilayer PCBs
TH-AM-3-3: Modeling of Arbitrary Shaped Power Distribution Network Using Multiport Network Approach
TH-AM-3-4: Anticipating EMI Using Transfer Functions and Signal Integrity Information
TH-AM-3-5: Circuit Model for Common-to-Differential Mode PCB Transitions

TH-AM-OF-5: Open Forum 5
9:00 to 11:00 a.m.
TH-AM-OF-5-1: An Express Diagnostic Method for ESD Stimulators and Standardized ESD Test Stations
TH-AM-OF-5-2: EMI and SI Issues on Cable Assemblies on Multi-Gbit/s Applications
TH-AM-OF-5-3: Interference Effects of IS-2000 PCS System on the TIA/EIA/ANSI 95B PCS System
TH-AM-OF-5-4: Susceptibility Measurement of Television Monitor in GTEM-Cell
TH-AM-OF-5-5: Implementing an ISO/IEC 17025 Quality System in a Commercial EMC Test Laboratory Environment
TH-AM-OF-5-6: Noise Susceptibility Analysis of the HF Front-End Electronics for the CMS High-Energy Experiment
TH-AM-OF-5-7: Low-Cost Conversion of Semi-Anechoic Chambers to Fully Anechoic Chambers for RF Antenna Measurements
TH-AM-OF-5-8: Shielding Analysis of U-Seam on Enclosure Using FDTD Simulations
TH-AM-OF-5-9: Electromagnetic Field Distribution Inside an Automobile Vehicle
TH-AM-OF-5-10: FDTD Data Extrapolation Using Multilayer Perceptron (MLP)

1:30 to 5:30 p.m.
TH-PM-1: Computer Modeling Applications
TH-PM-1-1: A Novel Technique for the Computation of Radiated EMI Due to Corona on HV Transmission Lines
TH-PM-1-2: Computation of EMI Fields in a High-Voltage Gas Insulated Substation During a Switching Operation
TH-PM-1-3: An Efficient Finite Element Solution Using a Congruent Transformation-Based Model Order Reduction for Interconnection Simulation
TH-PM-1-4: Efficient Formulation of High-Order Boundary Conditions for the High-Frequency Modeling of Composite Slab
TH-PM-1-5: Analysis on the Standing Wave Method in Free Space Using Spectral Domain Approach
TH-PM-1-6: Numerical Investigation of the Nonlinear Penetration of Pulsed Electromagnetic Fields Into a Ferromagnetic Shield With a Simple Exponential Permeability Model
TH-PM-1-7: Evaluation of Longitudinal Conversion Loss (LCL) for Indoor AC Mains Line

TH-PM-2: EMC Topics
TH-PM-2-1: EMC Issues in Cars With Electric Drives
TH-PM-2-2: Common-Mode Voltage Generated by Grounding Grids, A Time-Domain Solution
TH-PM-2-3: The Relationship Between the Earth Current and the Ground Resistance Meter’s Indication
TH-PM-2-4: Experiments of Soil Ionization: The Critical Electrical Field E0 for Soil Ionization and the Retaining Soil Resistivity in Ionization Region
TH-PM-2-5: Analysis and Design on EM Wave Absorption by Stratified Construction Materials—A Case of Vertically Incident Wave
TH-PM-2-6: Electromagnetic Coupling Through Perforated Shields Due to Near Field Radiators
TH-PM-2-7: Using the Log-Normal Distribution in the Statistical Treatment of Experimental Data Affected by Large Dispersion

TH-PM-3: Test Facilities 2
TH-PM-3-1: A Numerical Analysis of Antenna Factor of Bilog Antennas for Normalized Site Attenuation and EMC Measurement
TH-PM-3-2: Complex Fit Normalized Site Attenuation for Antennas With Complex Radiation Patterns
TH-PM-3-3: Radiated Immunity Testing of a Device With an External Wire: Repeatability of Reverberation Chamber Results and Correlation With Anechoic Chamber Results
TH-PM-3-4: Calculating a Threshold Metric: Assessing A Loaded Reverberation Chamber
TH-PM-3-5: A Total Radiated Power Limits for Emission Measurements in a Reverberation Chamber
TH-PM-3-6: Directivity Effects in Reverberation Chambers: No Gain, No Pain
TH-PM-3-7: Broadband Method of Moment Simulation and Measurement of a Medium-Sized Reverberation Chamber

TH-PM-4: Signal Integrity 2
TH-PM-4-1: Parallelized Computational Technique for Signal Propagation Analysis at Very High-Speed Differential Transmission Lines
TH-PM-4-2: Digital Signal Transmission Through Differential Interconnects: Full-Wave vs. Spice Modeling
TH-PM-4-3: SPICE Model Libraries for Via Transition
TH-PM-4-4: Quantifying the Effects on EMI and SI of Source Imbalances in Differential Signaling
TH-PM-4-5: Characterizing the Impedance of Lossy Power/Ground-Planes With Including the Excess Inductive Effect of Anti-Pads

TH-PM-OF-6: Open Forum 6
2:00 to 4:00 p.m.
TH-PM-OF-6-1: Equivalent Circuit Models for the Analysis of Coaxial Cables Immunity
TH-PM-OF-6-2: Impact of Noise in the Characterization of Magnetic Field Radiated Emissions
TH-PM-OF-6-3: ICEM : A New Standard for EMC of IC Definition and Examples
TH-PM-OF-6-4: Reconstruction of the Parameters of Debye and Lorentzian Dispersive Media Using a Genetic Algorithm
TH-PM-OF-6-5: FDTD Modeling of Structures Containing Dispersive Isotropic Magnetic Materials
TH-PM-OF-6-6: Time-Domain Gating Effects on Frequency-Domain Analysis of Radiated Signals
TH-PM-OF-6-7: Comparing DC Surface Resistance to Shielding Effectiveness in a Hand-Held Wireless Device
TH-PM-OF-6-8: Experimental Verification of Correlation Algorithm Between FAC and Open Area Test Site/SAC

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