Regarding software implementation of EMI shielding in wirelesscommunication

Discussion in 'Video Hardware' started by b1a2s3@gmail.com, Jul 31, 2008.

  1. Guest

    I urge any of you to give me examples of software implementaions or
    algorithmic approach in solving EMI related problems or EMI
    applications using Softwares dat is financially affordable.
    Please do provide me the neccessary links also
    Thank you
     
    , Jul 31, 2008
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  2. Guest

    I am a final year student insearch of a project in the final
    semester.........myself and a group of students have decided to do
    project in EMI shielding............or any thing in field of EMI and
    EMC........by using a software approach rather than going for
    hardware.......we just didnt know where to get started.......if you
    are willing to ....we wud be more than grateful
     
    , Aug 3, 2008
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  3. Ric Guest

    On 3 Aug, 10:14, wrote:
    > I am a final year student insearch of a project in the final
    > semester.........myself and a group of students have decided to do
    > project in EMI shielding............or any thing in field of EMI and
    > EMC........by using a software approach rather than going for
    > hardware.......we just didnt know where to get started.......if you
    > are willing to ....we wud be more than grateful


    I'd ask why you chose this area if you didn't know where to start, but
    then again I was a student once.

    I have zero expertise in this area, but I can use Google.
    I'd start by investigating work going on in the hacking community with
    software radios - devices that can tranceive in very wide frequency
    ranges. Implicit in this is that they need to handle RF interference.

    http://www.rohde-schwarz.com/test_and_measurement/emc/es_k1.html
    http://ieeexplore.ieee.org/xpl/freeabs_all.jsp?tp=&arnumber=1607115&isnumber=33748
    a commercial package for analysing interference:
    http://www.emisoftware.com/

    I'm presuming you're talking about software shielding in new
    applications?
     
    Ric, Aug 5, 2008
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