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Session Overview
Location: Room 5
Date: Monday, 02/Sep/2019
2:00pm
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3:20pm
T_Mo_C_Room5: Near Field Probes: Useful tools for electronic engineers (I)
Location: Room 5
Chair: Arturo Mediano
4:00pm
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6:00pm
T_Mo_D_Room5: Near Field Probes: Useful tools for electronic engineers (II)
Location: Room 5
Chair: Arturo Mediano
Date: Tuesday, 03/Sep/2019
11:40am
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12:40pm
T_Tu_B_Room5: Protection of Civil Infrastructures against Intentional EMI (I)
Location: Room 5
Chair: Martin Schaarschmidt
Chair: Michael Suhrke
2:00pm
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3:20pm
T_Tu_C_Room5: Protection of Civil Infrastructures against Intentional EMI (II)
Location: Room 5
Chair: Martin Schaarschmidt
Chair: Michael Suhrke
4:00pm
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5:00pm
T_Tu_D_Room5: Protection of Civil Infrastructures against Intentional EMI (III)
Location: Room 5
Chair: Martin Schaarschmidt
Chair: Michael Suhrke
Date: Wednesday, 04/Sep/2019
9:00am
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10:40am
W_We_A_Room5: Challenges in Special Applications of Electrically Small, HF Vehicular Antennas (I)
Location: Room 5
Chair: Diethard E.A. Hansen
Chair: Ilona Danelyan
 
9:00am - 9:20am

Challenges in Special Applications of Electrically Small, HF Vehicular Antennas

Diethard Hansen1, Ilona Danelyan2

1: EURO EMC SERVICE (EES); 2: EMCoS Ltd.

11:20am
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12:40pm
W_We_B_Room5: Challenges in Special Applications of Electrically Small, HF Vehicular Antennas (II)
Location: Room 5
Chair: Diethard E.A. Hansen
Chair: Ilona Danelyan
2:00pm
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3:20pm
W_We_C_Room5: Challenges in Special Applications of Electrically Small, HF Vehicular Antennas (III)
Location: Room 5
Chair: Diethard E.A. Hansen
Chair: Ilona Danelyan
4:00pm
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5:00pm
W_We_D_Room5: Challenges in Special Applications of Electrically Small, HF Vehicular Antennas (IV)
Location: Room 5
Chair: Diethard E.A. Hansen
Chair: Ilona Danelyan
Date: Thursday, 05/Sep/2019
9:00am
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10:40am
W_Th_A_Room5: Electromagnetic Interference on Static Electricity Meters (I)
Location: Room 5
Chair: Paul Simon Wright
11:20am
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12:40pm
W_Th_B_Room5: Electromagnetic Interference on Static Electricity Meters (II)
Location: Room 5
Chair: Paul Simon Wright
2:00pm
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3:20pm
O_Th_C_Room1: Automotive (III)
Location: Room 5
Chair: Alastair Ruddle
 

Reference Setup for RF Impedance Measurements with High DC Bias Currents

Oliver Kerfin1, Martin Harm1, Benjamin Willmann2,3

1: TU Braunschweig, Institute for Electromagnetic Compatibility, Germany; 2: Volkswagen AG, Wolfsburg, Germany; 3: Otto-von-Guericke University, Magdeburg, Germany



An Active Common Mode EMI Filter Approach introducing Predictive Pulsed Compensation

Denis Mueller, Desirée Nadine Schweitzer, Michael Beltle, Stefan Tenbohlen

University of Stuttgart, Germany



Modeling of conducted EMI noise in an Automotive LED Driver Module with DC/DC Converters

Chiuk Song, Hucksu Kweon, Unho Lee, Jonghyun Kim, Sieun Yang, Jonghyun Park

Hyundai Mobis Co., Korea, Republic of (South Korea)



Analysis of Immunity Failures and Optimization Measures in Automotive Sensors

Jan Benz1, Andreas Klaedtke1, Jan Hansen1, Stephan Frei2

1: Robert Bosch GmbH, Germany; 2: TU Dortmund University, Germany

4:00pm
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5:00pm
O_Th_D_Room1: Automotive (IV)
Location: Room 5
Chair: Stephan Frei
 

Experimental Validation of Electromagnetic Models for a Simple Multi-Cell, Multi-Module Battery

Yu Xian Teo, Jiaqi Chen, Alastair R. Ruddle

HORIBA MIRA Ltd, United Kingdom



Simulation and Measurement of Narrowband Susceptibilities of Digital Automotive Sensors

Jan Benz1, Jan Hansen1, Stephan Frei2

1: Robert Bosch GmbH, Germany; 2: TU Dortmund University, Germany



Experimental Study of the Effect of High DC Bias Currents on the Measurement Performance of Impedance and Current Probes

Martin Harm, Oliver Kerfin

TU Braunschweig, Institute for Electromagnetic Compatibility, Germany



Investigation of Possible EMC Interferences between Multi-Gig Communication link and RF Applications in Vehicle

Sanaz Mortazavi1, Detlef Schleicher1, Diana Eremyan2, Anna Gheonjian2, Roman Jobava2, Ali Sinai3, Friedel Gerfers4

1: Volkswagen AG, Germany; 2: EMCoS Ltd., Georgia; 3: University of Applied Sciences Berlin, Germany; 4: Technische Universität Berlin, Germany



Vehicle Electromagnetic Emissions: Challenges and Considerations

Konstantinos Pliakostathis, Marco Zanni, Germana Trentadue, Harald Scholz

Joint Research Centre, European Commission (JRC), Ispra, Italy

Date: Friday, 06/Sep/2019
9:00am
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10:40am
T_Fr_A_Room5: Ionizing Radiation and Electromagnetic Interference on Integrated Circuits: from the need of combined tests to current solutions
Location: Room 5
Chair: Fabian Vargas
11:20am
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12:40pm
T_Fr_B_Room5: EMI and power quality issues in Smart Cities and Transportation Systems (I)
Location: Room 5
Chair: Flavia Grassi
Chair: Petre-Marian Nicolae
2:00pm
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3:20pm
T_Fr_C_Room5: EMI and power quality issues in Smart Cities and Transportation Systems (II)
Location: Room 5
Chair: Flavia Grassi
Chair: Petre-Marian Nicolae
4:00pm
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6:00pm
T_Fr_D_Room5: EMI and power quality issues in Smart Cities and Transportation Systems (III)
Location: Room 5
Chair: Flavia Grassi
Chair: Petre-Marian Nicolae

 
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