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000221223 245__ $$aProtection Strategy against IEMI for Wireless Communication Infrastructures
000221223 260__ $$bIeee$$c2016$$aNew York
000221223 269__ $$a2016
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000221223 336__ $$aConference Papers
000221223 490__ $$aEMC Europe
000221223 520__ $$aIn this paper, we present a methodology for estimating the protection levels of critical equipment against IEMI. We apply the method to a wireless communication infrastructure, but it can be applied to any critical infrastructure. The required protection levels that need to be implemented are determined by analyzing the susceptibility of the victim, and the threat level associated with a specific IEMI scenario. Based on the required protection levels, possible protection strategies are identified and the associated costs are evaluated. The total cost includes the monetary cost and the costs related to loss of performance. The method we present can be used for a quantitative comparison between different protection techniques in terms of monetary cost. The method is applied to develop a strategy for protecting a wireless receiver from damage due to in-band interference using an RF limiter. We also analyze the loss in performance due to the installation of a limiter. It is shown that the noise figure degradation is linearly dependent on the insertion loss of the limiter.
000221223 700__ $$aVan de Beek, Stefan
000221223 700__ $$aStojilovic, Mirjana
000221223 700__ $$0245322$$g197135$$aMora, Nicolas
000221223 700__ $$aRubinstein, Marcos
000221223 700__ $$g106170$$aRachidi, Farhad$$0240565
000221223 700__ $$aLeferink, Frank
000221223 7112_ $$dSeptember 5-10, 2016$$cWroclaw, Poland$$a2016 International Symposium on Electromagnetic Compatibility - EMC Europe
000221223 773__ $$tProceedings Of The 2016 International Symposium On Electromagnetic Compatibility - Emc Europe$$q455-460
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