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Chicago's Navy Pier to host EMC Symposium.

A well-blended mix of traditional and innovative experiences comprises the program for the 2005 IEEE International Symposium on Electromagnetic Compatibility Aug. 8-12 at the Navy Pier in Chicago. In addition to many familiar offerings, the symposium will provide some more unusual opportunities, such as an operating amateur radio station for onsite demonstrations of techniques, and new features for the technical exhibit program.

The traditional technical program on Tuesday (Aug. 9), Wednesday (Aug. 10), and Thursday (Aug. 11) will include presentations covering computational electromagnetics, EMC management, computer modeling, ultrawideband EMC, system susceptibility, EM interference control, signal integrity, shielding effectiveness, and product safety. In its entirety, the five-day schedule features a keynote address, workshops and tutorials, open forums, technical paper sessions, special technical paper sessions, experiments and demonstrations, and computer simulations.

The workshops and tutorials are conducted on Monday (Aug. 8) and Friday (Aug. 12). New on the list of topics is audio-related EMC. On a more nostalgic note, the line-up includes the "Fundamentals of EMC," described by symposium officials as a landmark tutorial initiated 12 years ago in Chicago. To commemorate the Chicago beginning, this year's tutorial will offer a presentation about newer technology related to the EMC discipline.

A schedule of the workshops and technical program, including the titles of individual presentations, accompanies this article.

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Enhanced Exhibits Program

In addition to more than 200 booths displaying the products and services of the EMC industry, the Technical Exhibit program has some new features: the New Product Showcase on Tuesday and Wednesday where exhibitors will give short presentations on new products; the Interactive EMC Forum on Thursday afternoon, at which a panel of EMC experts will answer questions submitted by the audience; and the EMC-OPOLY game, in which attendees can fill the spaces on their game cards by visiting exhibitor booths. Exhibit hours are 10 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Tuesday and Wednesday and 10 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. on Thursday.

NARTE Examination

The NARTE certification exam, a traditional complement to the symposium, will be held on Friday. For more information, call 800-896-2783 or visit www.narte.org.

Registration and Reservations

To register for the symposium, contact the 2005 IEEE EMC Symposium at 732-562-3870 or www.emc2005.org. Several registration classifications are available: one day; full five-day program with reduced rates for retired, unemployed, or student attendees; guests aged 18; and older and junior guests aged 8 to 17.

The hotel reservation request form and information on a special discount agreement with United Airlines are available at www.emc2005.org. Details on committee meetings, social activities, guest tours, and the children's program scheduled during the five-day symposium also can be found on the website.

WORKSHOPS

Monday, Aug. 8

8:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.

MO-AM-WS-1: Fundamentals of EMC Design

8:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.

MO-AM-WS-2: Six Sigma and Lean

MO-AM-WS-3: Comprehensive Review of VCCI and CISPR/I EMC Activities, and Current EMC Control Activities in Taiwan and Korea

MO-AM-WS-4: Introduction to Numerical EMC Modeling Techniques

MO-AM-WS-5: Tutorial: Nanotechnology and Advanced Materials

MO-AM-WS-6: NARTE Exam Preparation

1:30 to 5:30 p.m.

MO-PM-WS-7: Basic Antenna and Probe Use in EMC Workshop

MO-PM-WS-8: Intentional EMI

MO-PM-WS-9: BPL: The Issues

MO-PM-WS-10: Fundamentals of Signal Integrity

MO-PM-WS-11: EMC Directive in Europe

Friday, Aug. 12

8:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.

FR-AM-WS-13: Basic EMC Measurements Tutorial

FR-AM-WS-14: The Shielding Effectiveness of Enclosures: Theory and Measurement Techniques

FR-AM-WS-15: Product Safety Workshop

FR-AM-WS-16: NARTE EMC Exam (8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.)

1:30 to 5:30 p.m.

FR-AM-WS-17: Product EMC Design Strategies and Practices

FR-AM-WS-18: Guide to Accreditation of EMC Laboratories in the United States

FR-AM-WS-19: EMC Issues Affecting Audio Systems for Professional, Broadcast, and Consumer Use

TECHNICAL SESSIONS

Tuesday, Aug. 9

10:30 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.

Open Forum

TU-AM-OF: EMC Management and Man-Made Noise

TU-AM-OF-1: A Smooth-Running Market Surveillance Plan for Electrical Products

TU-AM-OF-2: Lighting Interferences--An Ever Increasing Threat! Will the Proposed Changes in CISPR 15 Correct the Situation?

TU-AM-OF-3: A Required EMC Course for Computer Engineering Undergraduates

TU-AM-OF-4: Vehicular Spark Ignition Systems Radiated Emissions and Reception Performance

TU-AM-OF-5: Assessment of Automobile Radio System Performance in Noisy EM Environments

TU-AM-1: Computer Modeling

TU-AM-1-1: Linear-Nonlinear Approach to the Analytical Solution of a Diode-Loaded Short Dipole

TU-AM-1-2: Propagation Characteristics of Differential Lines: The Odd-Mode Impedance

TU-AM-1-3: Circuit Models for Mode Conversion in Clock Signal Distribution

TU-AM-2: Model Parameter Determination

TU-AM-2-1: A New Hybrid Method for Analysis of EMI From Planar Multilayered Circuits

TU-AM-2-2: Validation of Circuit Extraction Procedure by Means of Frequency and Time Domain Measurement

TU-AM-2-3: Prediction of Voltage and Current Propagation in Twisted Wire Pairs (TWPs) by a Circuit Model

TU-AM-3: Ultrawideband EMC

TU-AM-3-1: RFI-Induced Failures in Switched Capacitor Circuits

TU-AM-3-2: Possible Effect of Spread-Spectrum-Clock Interference on Wideband Radiocommunication Services

TU-AM-4: Statistical Analysis

TU-AM-4-1: Temperature Distribution Analysis of lambda/4 Type EM-Absorber Using Resistive Film

TU-AM-4-2: Analysis on Absorbing Peak Frequency of Electromagnetic Wave Absorption in Two Low-Loss Periodically Layered Dielectric Materials

TU-AM-4-3: Field to Enclosure Coupling in Reverberation Chamber: Numerical and Experimental Analysis

Special Session

TU-AM-SS: Specific Absorption Rate (SAR) and Hearing Aid Compatibility (HAC)

1:30 to 5:30 p.m.

TU-PM-1: EM Environment

TU-PM-1-1: An Experimental Study on the Installation Effect of the EM Wave Absorber to Wireless LAN Communication Environment

TU-PM-1-2: Wireless Phone Threat Assessment for Aircraft Communication and Navigation Radios

TU-PM-1-3: Field Statistics in an Enclosure With an Aperture Effect of Q-Factor and Number of Modes

TU-PM-1-4: Effectiveness of Electromagnetic Wave Absorbers to Improve 5.8-GHz DSRC EM Environment Inside Tunnel

TU-PM-1-5: Electromagnetic Environmental Effects (E3) Technical Performance Measures (TPMs)

TU-PM-1-6: Performance of 2.4-GHz-band Wireless LAN System Using Orthogonal Frequency Division Multiplexing Scheme Under Man-Made Noise Environment

TU-PM-1-7: An Automatic Algorithm for Equivalent Circuit Extraction From Noisy Frequency Responses

TU-PM-2: EM Interference Control

TU-PM-2-1: Engineering of Composite Media for Shields at Microwave Frequencies

TU-PM-2-2: Termination With Reverse Connected Common-Mode Choke for Differential Transmission

TU-PM-2-3: New Double-Shielded Power Cables Generating Low Magnetic Field Levels

TU-PM-2-4: Electromagnetic Characterization of Conductive Magnetic/Non-Magnetic Shielding Materials

TU-PM-2-5: Variability of Dual TEM Cell Shielding Effectiveness Measurements for Vapor Grown Carbon Nanofiber/Vinyl Ester Composites

TU-PM-2-6: A System Level Enclosure (Chassis) Resonance Evaluation Methodology and Its Applications

TU-PM-2-7: Matched Filter Detection and Identification of Electronic Circuits Based on Their Unintentional Radiated Emissions

TU-PM-3: EMC Measurements

TU-PM-3-1: Towards Evaluating the Shielding of Enclosures with Contents at Frequencies Above 1 GHz

TU-PM-3-2: Validating Anechoic Chambers Above 1 GHz Using a Reciprocal Site VSWR Technique

TU-PM-3-3: Evaluation Method of Common-Mode Choke Coil Used for High-Speed Telecommunications Port

TU-PM-3-4: Analyzing Method of Low-Level Jamming Signals for Digital Wireless Communication Equipments

TU-PM-3-5: Estimation of Current From Near-Field Measurement

TU-PM-3-6: Transfer Impedance at High Frequencies

TU-PM-3-7: A New Measurement Method to Characterize Ground Planes

TU-PM-4: Spectrum Management and Measurement Techniques

TU-PM-4-1: A Capacity Enhancement Technique for Multiple-Access Direct-Sequence Spread Spectrum Systems

TU-PM-4-2: Neural Network Detection and Identification of Electronic Devices Based on Their Unintended Emissions

TU-PM-4-3: Radio Frequency Distribution System (RFDS) for Cosite Electromagnetic Compatibility

TU-PM-4-4: Problems Caused by Insufficient Electrical Isolation in RF-Measurement Setups

TU-PM-4-5: Transfer Impedance Measurements of Electricity Cables

TU-PM-4-6: Measurement of Impulsive Signals with a Spectrum Analyzer or EMI Receiver

Special Session

TU-PM-SS: Numerical Model Validation

2:00 to 4:00 p.m.

Open Forum

TU-PM-OF: EMC Measurements

TU-PM-OF-1: A Novel Standard Loop Antenna for Antenna Calibration in the MF and HF Bands

TU-PM-OF-2: A Modified Phase Center and Pattern Matching Method to Reduce the Geometry Dependence of Bilog Calibration in Standard Site Method

TU-PM-OF-3: Determination of EMI Antenna Factor Using Reverberation Chamber

TU-PM-OF-4: Estimation of Electric Parameters for Thin Shielding Sheets

TU-PM-OF-5: Development of a Magnetic Field Measurement System Using a Tri-Axial Search Coil

TU-PM-OF-6: An Optical Feeding Antenna Having Wider Bandwidth Than Conventional Spherical Dipole Antenna

TU-PM-OF-7: Radiated Electromagnetic Field From a Solar Cell for CISPR Radiated Emission Measurement Method

TU-PM-OF-8: European Intercomparison Exercises

TU-PM-OF-9: An Experimental Study on the Conductive Noise Generated on AC-Mains in Power On/Off of EUT; The Relationship Between the Conductive Noise in Power On/Off of EUT and the Power Factor of EUT

Wednesday, Aug. 10

8:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.

WE-AM-1: High Power Electromagnetics

WE-AM-1-1: ESD Susceptibility Characterization of an EUT by Using 3-D ESD Scanning System

WE-AM-1-2: ESD Transfer Through Ethernet Magnetics

WE-AM-1-3: Application of Ground Electric Field in Smart Power Supply Against Lightning of Wireless Access Base Station

WE-AM-1-4: The Sandia Lightning Simulator--Recommissioning and Upgrades

WE-AM-1-5: Investigation of Lightning Induced Transients on Power Interfaces for Aircraft Avionics Systems

WE-AM-1-6: Lightning Strikes to Elevated Structures: Influence of Grounding Conditions on Currents and Electromagnetic Fields

WE-AM-2: EMC Measurements

WE-AM-2-1: Development of a Multiresolution Time Domain EMI Measurement System That Fulfills CISPR 16-1

WE-AM-2-2: Radiated RF Measurement Methods and Test Site Validation Above 1 GHz

WE-AM-2-3: Investigations Into the Radiated Emission Test According to CISPR 25 ALSE Method

WE-AM-2-4: Shielded Enclosure Accuracy Improvements for Military Standard Radiated Emissions Measurements

WE-AM-2-5: Investigation on the Susceptibility of Microcontrollers to EFT Interference

WE-AM-2-6: Investigation of Radiation Source Using Disc-Cone Antenna With Optical/Electrical Converter Operating From 1 GHz to 10 GHz

WE-AM-2-7: Insights from Telecom Port Conducted Emission Measurements

WE-AM-3: Computer Modeling

WE-AM-3-1: Understanding Skin Current Distributions on an Aircraft at HF Using Eigencurrent Expansions

WE-AM-3-2: Modeling of EMC Problems Using TLM Method

WE-AM-3-3: Study on the Power Bus Noise Isolation Using a SPICE Compatible Method

WE-AM-3-4: Using an LU Recombination Method to Improve the Performance of the Boundary Element Method at Very Low Frequencies

WE-AM-3-5: A Novel Integrated Approach for Simulation of Electromagnetic Susceptibility Problem

WE-AM-3-6: Lumped-Pi Circuit Model for Bulk Current Injection Probes

WE-AM-3-7: A Simplified Method for Predicting Common-Mode Current on Dipole and Monopole Structures

Special Session

WED-AM-SS: Susceptibility of Systems and Components to UWB Fields

9:00 to 11:00 a.m.

Open Forum

WE-AM-OF: EM Interference Control

WE-AM-OF-1: A Study of the Impact of Microwave Radiation on an A/D converter

WE-AM-OF-2: New Measurement Method for High-Frequency Cable Mounted Ferrites

WE-AM-OF-3: Hybrid Absorber Using New Absorbing Composites

WE-AM-OF-4: Radiation From Differential Type Microstrip Lines With Common-Mode Choke Coil

WE-AM-OF-5: Equivalent Capacitance of the Nonlinear Device Connected the Transmission Line for Crosstalk Analysis

WE-AM-OF-6: Common Impedance Coupling of Shield Current at Equipment Inputs and Outputs (The Pin 1 Problem)--It's Not Only an Audio Problem!

WE-AM-OF-7: Estimation of Crosstalk in Nonuniform Cable Bundles

WE-AM-OF-8: Digital Wireless Electromagnetic Interference (EMI) Data Acquisition System

WE-AM-OF-9: Effect of Common-Mode Transients on Front End Rectifiers in Offline SMPS

1:30 to 5:30 p.m.

WE-PM-1: Reverberation Chambers: A Tribute to M. L. Crawford

WE-PM-1-1: TEM Cells for Whole Aircraft EMV Testing

WE-PM-1-2: Current Probe Characterization in a Reverberation Chamber

WE-PM-1-3: Statistical Interpretation of Autocorrelation Coefficients for Fields in Mode-Stirred Chambers

WE-PM-1-4: A Novel Method to Examine the Effectiveness of a Stirrer

WE-PM-1-5: Controling Measurement Reproducibility and Uncertainty in Reverberation Chambers

WE-PM-1-6: Experimental Definition of the Lowest Usable Frequency (LUF) of an Aluminum Made Reverberation Chamber With Reference to the IEC 61000-4-21 Standard

WE-PM-2: Computer Modeling

WE-PM-2-1: Efficient Calculation of Multilayered PCBs by Combining Hybrid Methods With the Method of Moments

WE-PM-2-2: Near End Crosstalk in Twisted Pair Cables

WE-PM-2-3: A Three-Dimensional FDTD Subgridding Method With Separate Spatial and Temporal Subgridding Interfaces

WE-PM-2-4: Application of Fourier and Wavelet Transforms to the identification of EMI Noise Sources in SMPSs

WE-PM-2-5: A Hybrid MoM-SPICE Technique for Field Coupling Analysis of Transmission Lines in Presence of Complex Structures

WE-PM-2-6: Modeling of Radiating Equipment by Distributed Dipoles Using Metaheuristic Methods

WE-PM-3: Computational Electromagnetics

WE-PM-3-1: Validation of Model/MoM in Shielding Effectiveness Studies of Rectangular Enclosures With Apertures

WE-PM-3-2: EMI-Debugging of Complex Systems Using Different Time, Modulation, STFFT, and Frequency-Domain Signal Analysis Techniques

WE-PM-3-3: Baseband Model for a Weakly Nonlinear Narrow Bandpass System

WE-PM-3-4: Occurrence of Low-Frequency Noises in Electronic Systems Under Action of Two-Tone High-Frequency Electromagnetic Excitation

WE-PM-3-5: Investigation of Distance Dependence of Radiated Emission Test Results

WE-PM-3-6: Estimation of the EMF Excitation by Cellular Radios in Actual Train Carriages--With and Without Passengers

Special Session

WED-PM-SS: Power Integrity

2:00 to 4:00 p.m.

Open Forum

WE-PM-OF: Computational Electromagnetics

WE-PM-OF-1: Specifying Lifecycle Electromagnetic and Physical Environments--to Help Design and Test for EMC for Functional Safety

WE-PM-OF-2: FDTD-SUPML Simulation of Photonic Integrated Circuits

WE-PM-OF-3: Efficient Simulation of EMI Induced in the Platform-Mounted Antennas Using a Hybrid Moment Methods-Physical Optics Method

WE-PM-OF-4: Physical Measurements and Calculation Approach of Extremely Low-Frequency Electromagnetic Field

WE-PM-OF-5: The Effectiveness of Bulk Gasket and Shield Cover on the Reduction of EMI Radiation in LCD TV

WE-PM-OF-6: A Further Demystification of the U-Shaped Probability Distribution

WE-PM-OF-7: FDTD Analysis of a Symmetric TEM Cell

WE-PM-OF-8: Comparing and Visualizing Statistical Shielding Effectiveness for Rectangular Enclosures With Different Inner Structures

WE-PM-OF-9: Impedance With Respect to Vertical and Rotatory Symmetric Grounding Electrodes and Its Computational Results From Full-Wave Analysis Using FD-TD Method

Thursday, Aug. 11

8:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.

TH-AM-1: EMC Management

TH-AM-1-1: Remodeling a 10-Meter Semi-Anechoic Chamber--A Case History

TH-AM-1-2: Pattern Approval of Measuring Instrument in China

TH-AM-1-3: System Level EMC--From Theory to Practice

TH-AM-1-4: Effective Use of EMC Analysis Tools in the Automotive Product Development Process

TH-AM-1-5: Anechoic Design/Performance Verification of Northrop-Grumman/NSSD (Azusa) EMC Chamber

TH-AM-1-6: Pre-Compliance Testing and Characterization of Equipment Shelf EMC Behavior by Empirical Frequency Response Measurements on the Primary Power Bus

TH-AM-1-7: Examination of Electronic Module Immunity Using Transfer Functions

TH-AM-2: EM Interference Control

TH-AM-2-1: Matched Lossy Decoupling Termination for Power Plane Noise Mitigation

TH-AM-2-2: Incident-Field Measurement in Proximity of Wiring Harness for Radiated Susceptibility Assessment

TH-AM-2-3: A Novel Wideband Embedded Decoupling Structure That Eliminates Bypass Capacitors by Controlling Resonances

TH-AM-2-4: Information Security and Emissions Control

TH-AM-2-5: Evaluating Uncertainties in Net Power Delivery Using Dual Directional Couplers

TH-AM-2-6: Post Design EMI Encounters and Remedies in Indigenously Developed Systems

TH-AM-3: Electromagnetic Product Safety

TH-AM-3-1: Collagen as a Target for Electromagnetic Fields. Effects of 910 MHz

TH-AM-3-2: Safety Evaluation of Walk-Through Metal Detectors

TH-AM-3-3: Maximum Temperature Increases in the Head and Brain for SAR Averaging Schemes Prescribed in Safety Guidelines

SPECIAL SESSION

TH-AM-SS: Recent Progress in Techniques for Electromagnetic Solvers for EMC

9:00 to 11:00 a.m.

Open Forum

TH-AM-OF: Signal Integrity

TH-AM-OF-1: Determination of High Frequency Package Currents from Near-Field Scan Data

TH-AM-OF-2: A Hybrid Approach to Decrease Port Influence in Transmission Line Characterization

TH-AM-OF-3: Modeling the Network Processor and Package for Power Delivery Analysis

TH-AM-OF-4: On the Prediction of Near-Field Microcontroller Emission

TH-AM-OF-5: Passive Equivalent Circuits of Complex Discontinuities: An Improved Extraction Technique

TH-AM-OF-6: Cross-SSN Analysis in Multilayer Printed Circuit Boards

TH-AM-OF-7: EMI Specifics of Synchronous DC-DC Buck Converters

TH-AM-OF-8: Influence of Appliance State on Transmission Characteristics of Indoor AC Mains Lines in Frequency Range Used Power Line Communication

TH-AM-OF-9: EMI Controlling in a Rugged Launch Computer

TH-AM-OF-10: Method for Evaluating System Immunity to Wireless GSM Devices

1:30 to 5:30 p.m.

TH-PM-1: Statistical Analysis

TH-PM-1-1: Numerical Study of a PIFA Mounted on a Car Compared to Measurements

TH-PM-1-2: Analysis of Field Through Apertures by Applying Transmission Line Matrix Method to Electromagnetic Topology Simulations

TH-PM-1-3: A Novel Technique for Concurrent On and Off-Board EMI Analysis of Mixed RF-Digital Circuits via Hybrid Scattering Parameters

TH-PM-1-4: A Simple Method for Generalizing the Analysis of Multiple-Access Interference in Direct-Sequence Spread Spectrum Systems

TH-PM-1-5: Feasibility of New Nanolayered Transparent Thin Films for Active Shielding of Low-Frequency Magnetic Field

TH-PM-1-6: Efficient Analysis of a Two-Dimensional GTEM Cell

TH-PM-1-7: Stable Time Domain PEEC Solution for Pulse Excited Interconnection Structures

TH-PM-2: Signal Integrity

TH-PM-2-1: A New Frequency Selective Surface Power Plane With Super-Broad Band Rejection for Simultaneous Switching Noise on High-Speed Printed Circuit Boards

TH-PM-2-2: Laboratory Measurement of Voltage Drop at an Integrated Circuit Core due to Parasitic Inductances

TH-PM-2-3: Reducing Radiated Emissions from CPUs Through Core Power Interconnect Design

TH-PM-2-4: A Multimodal Analysis of the Effects of Guard Traces Over Near Wideband Signal Paths

TH-PM-2-5: The Impact of Removing Power Planes on Radiated Fields and Power Integrity

TH-PM-2-6: Power Integrity Investigation of BGA Footprints by Means of the Segmentation Method

TH-PM-2-7: Path Tracing for Injected Parasitic Noise Into Printed Circuit Boards

TH-PM-3: EM Interference Control

TH-PM-3-1: Specifying and Characterizing Cable/Connector Systems for High-Speed Interfaces in Defense/Aerospace Systems

TH-PM-3-2: Comparison of ISO 7637 Transient Waveforms to Real-World Automotive Transient Phenomena

TH-PM-3-3: Radiated Emission From a PCB With an Attached Cable Resulting From a Nonzero Ground Plane Impedance

TH-PM-3-4: Improving the Behavior of PCB Power-Bus Structures by an Appropriate Segmentation

TH-PM-3-5: Broadband Suppression of SSN and Radiated Emissions Using High-DK Thin-Film EBG Power Distribution Network for High-Speed Digital PCB Application

TH-PM-3-6: Minimizing Radiated Emissions From PCBs Using Grid-like Ground Plane Impedance Matching Techniques

TH-PM-3-7: SPICE Simulations of UWB Pulse Stressed Protection Elements Against Transient Interferences

Special Session

TH-PM-SS: BPL: Data and Measurements

2:00 to 3:30 p.m.

Open Forum

TH-PM-OF: High Power Electromagnetics

TH-PM-OF-1: Experiment Research on Radiation Characteristics of Corona Discharge on Hardware

TH-PM-OF-2: UG Filtering--An Effective Technology Against IEMI and HPM

TH-PM-OF-3: Study of Electromagnetic Interference From a High Power Copper Vapor Laser

TH-PM-OF-4: Analysis of Transient EMI of Air-Insulated Substation Disconnect Operation Based on Wigner-Ville Distribution

TH-PM-OF-5: NSA Calculation of Anechoic Chamber Using Method of Moment

TH-PM-OF-6: A Comparison of the Microwave Oven and Reverberation Chamber

TH-PM-OF-7: Lightning Protection System and Grounding Grid Simulation--Common-Mode Voltage and Current

TH-PM-OF-8: Crosstalk Study in Splitter PCB Design of CAT-5 Cabling Applications

TH-PM-OF-9: Effects of Radio Frequency Interference in OPAMP Differential Input Stages
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