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IEC 62433-3

EMC IC modelling - Part 3: Models of integrated circuits for EMI behavioural simulation - Radiated emissions modelling (ICEM-RE)

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Organization: IEC
Publication Date: 1 January 2017
Status: active
Page Count: 186
ICS Code (Integrated circuits. Microelectronics): 31.200
ICS Code (Emission): 33.100.10
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This part of IEC 62433 provides a method for deriving a macro-model to allow the simulation of the radiated emission levels of an Integrated Circuit (IC). This model is commonly called Integrated Circuit Emission Model - Radiated Emission, ICEM-RE. The model is intended to be used for modelling a complete IC, with or without its associated package, a functional block and an Intellectual Property (IP) block of both analogue and digital ICs (input/output pins, digital core and supply), when measured or simulated data cannot be directly imported into simulation tools

The proposed IC macro-model will be inserted in 3D electromagnetic simulation tools so as to

predict the near-radiated emissions from the IC

evaluate the effect of the radiated emissions on neighbouring ICs, cables, transmission lines, etc

This part of IEC 62433 has two main parts

the first is the electrical description of ICEM-RE macro-model elements

the second part proposes a universal data exchange format called REML based on XML. This format allows encoding the ICEM-RE in a more useable and generic form for emission simulation

Document History

IEC 62433-3
January 1, 2017
EMC IC modelling - Part 3: Models of integrated circuits for EMI behavioural simulation - Radiated emissions modelling (ICEM-RE)
This part of IEC 62433 provides a method for deriving a macro-model to allow the simulation of the radiated emission levels of an Integrated Circuit (IC). This model is commonly called Integrated...

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