High Power Microwave Interference Effects on Analog and Digital Circuits in IC's

High Power Microwave Interference Effects on Analog and Digital Circuits in IC's

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Microwave or electromagnetic interference (EMI) can couple into electronic circuits and systems intentionally from high power microwave (HPM) sources or unintentionally due to the proximity to general electromagnetic (EM) environments, and cause qsoftq reversible upsets and qhardq irreversible failures. As scaling-down of device feature size and bias voltage progresses, the circuits and systems become more susceptible to the interference. Thus, even low power interference can disrupt the operation of the circuits and systems. Furthermore, it is reported that even electronic systems under high level of shielding can be upset by intentional electromagnetic interference (IEMI), which has been drawing a great deal of concern from both the civil and military communities, but little has been done in terms of systematic study and investigation of these effects on IC circuits and devices.The primary goal of this section is to investigate how such upsets can affect the operation of integrated circuits (ICa#39;s) when ... on a Philips 74HC4017 Johnson decade counter (Timer) mounted on a RT/Duroid 5880 printed circuit board (PCB ).


Title:High Power Microwave Interference Effects on Analog and Digital Circuits in IC's
Author: Kye Chong Kim
Publisher:ProQuest - 2007
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