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Course Edit

This page is for the course ELEC3106 - Electronics and is based on the lectures of Torsten Lehman senior lecturer at the University of New South Wales.

Overview Edit

Prerequisites Edit

The reader of this page is assumed to have a good understanding of circuit theory, such as that gained in ELEC2134 and a basic understanding of electromagnetism such as that gained in PHYS1131 and ELEC3115.

Design for Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) Edit

Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) Edit

Wire Inductance Edit

Power Supply Decoupling Edit

System Grounding Edit

Input Signal Grounding Edit

Output Signal Grounding Edit

Magnetic Coupling (Ground Loops) Edit

Capacitive Coupling Edit

Inter-Board Connections Edit

Inter-Unit Connections Edit

Shielding Edit

Twisted Pair Cable Edit

FiltersEdit

Further Reading Edit

It is recommended that the reader visits https://subjects.ee.unsw.edu.au/elec3106/ and reads the lecturers scribbles as an alternative source.

See Also Edit

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