Carrying out EMC studies for complex multi-signal components within a device in a fast and efficient way would simplify design decisions in industry enormously and would help to dene industry standards.
This proposal sets out to make a significant contribution towards this task: the aim is to develop efficient numerical methods and accompanying measurement techniques for the modelling of radiated transient, noisy electromagnetic fields inside and outside of multifunction electronic devices including both medium and high frequencies.
The new numerical methods are based on ideas from wave chaos theory using Wigner-Weyl transformation and phase-space propagation techniques. This innovative approach demands input data through measurements that require a rethink of standard laboratory techniques. Correlated, two probe near-field measurements of electronic components are necessary and this will be developed and tested as part of the project.