A SPICE circuit model is developed for the evaluation in frequency and time domain, of the common and differential mode voltages at the terminals of a two-parallel-wires shielded cable during a current injection test. The proposed circuit is an exact equivalent of the model's governing multiconductor transmission line equations without the need of any subdivision in elementary cells and takes into account the presence of both transfer impedance and admittance.

Spice equivalent circuit of a two-parallel-wires shielded cable for evaluation of the RF induced voltages at the terminations

ANTONINI, GIULIO;ORLANDI, Antonio
2004

Abstract

A SPICE circuit model is developed for the evaluation in frequency and time domain, of the common and differential mode voltages at the terminals of a two-parallel-wires shielded cable during a current injection test. The proposed circuit is an exact equivalent of the model's governing multiconductor transmission line equations without the need of any subdivision in elementary cells and takes into account the presence of both transfer impedance and admittance.
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