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Paper title: UNCONVENTIONAL CABLE CONSTRUCTION POSSIBILITIES FOR ELECTROMAGNETICALLY COMPATIBLE APPLICATIONS

Author(s): JAROSLAV LELÁK, JANKA SULOVA, OTTO VERBICH, RASTISLAV VALACH, ATTILA KMENT, MAREK PÍPA,

Abstract:

Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) is one of the most important phenomena from complex systems’ reliability point of view. Omission of its requirements might possibly result in catastrophic consequences in medium to large scale manufacturing companies. High-frequency cable networks must comply with electromagnetic shielding regulations. Shielding must not only allow energy emission exceeding the prescribed value, but it must adequately protect the cables from external electromagnetic radiation. Shielding efficiency of signal and power cables as well is one of the most important parameters. Cable shielding or shielding guarantees the electrical properties and EMC and also embodies human health protection against electromagnetic radiation. Prescribed limits for electromagnetic radiation in buildings, or other interfering effects of transmission, distribution and signal networks are affected by the type and various components of cables used. Paper describes obtained transmission properties of cables made of unconventional construction materials.

Keywords: Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC), electromagnetic shielding measurements on selected cables, transfer impedance

Year: 2020 | Tome: 65 | Issue: 3-4 | Pp.: 217-220

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