EMC-ANALYZER – SPECIALIZED EXPERT SYSTEM FOR EMC ANALYSIS AND DESIGN OF COMPLEX LOCAL BOARD AND GROUND-BASED RADIOELECTRONIC SYSTEMS



 

 

 

 

 

 

PURPOSE

EMC-Analyzer – specialized expert system for the analysis and design of electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) of radioelectronic equipment of complex local board and ground-based systems at all stages of life cycle: design, production, implementation, modernization

 

APPLICATION AREA

  • Intrasystem EMC analysis, design, and maintenance in board systems (aircraft, helicopter, missile, satellite, ship, box-body, etc.) taking into consideration: various on-board radio and electronic equipment (radio systems, computers and control systems, data-measuring systems, power supply equipment, etc.); different on-board spurious electromagnetic couplings (“antenna to antenna”, “field to antenna”, “antenna to wire”, “wire to wire”, “field to wire”, “case to case”, “field to case”); external electromagnetic environment (EME).
  • Intrasystem EMC analysis, design, and maintenance n local ground-based systems (building, antenna tower, etc.) taking into consideration: various radio subsystems of different services (radio communication, radar, radio navigation, radio monitoring, etc.); spurious electromagnetic couplings of “antenna to antenna” type; external EME.
  • Intersystem EMC analysis, design, and maintenance in spatially-limited ground/water areas and aggregate systems (airport, seaport, military base, radio communication and control center, campus, etc.; several aircrafts, helicopters, ships, etc.) which may contain: several board systems; several ground-based systems; pieces of vegetation.
  • Analysis of electromagnetic ecology and electromagnetic safety of radio transmitters located in a spatially-limited ground/water area by calculation of the total electromagnetic field intensity distribution over the area.

 

FUNCTIONALITY

  • Linear analysis of intrasystem and intersystem EMC which indicates the presence, sources, and propagation paths of the linear interference and calculates the interference intensity.
  • Linear adjustments (equipment specification generation) calculates changes in characteristics of equipments for eliminating the linear interference (i.e., for solving the linear EMC problem).
  • Linear analysis of electromagnetic field intensity: calculation of the field distribution in the spatially-limited ground/water area.
  • Nonlinear EMC analysis which indicates the presence of the nonlinear interference (intermodulation, desensitization, cross-modulation, reciprocal mixing, etc.) in radio receivers and calculates the nonlinear interference intensity.
  • Identification of the nonlinear interference sources: finds the external sources creating the nonlinear interference in radio receivers

 

ADVANTAGES 

  • Original “worst-case” models of all available types of spurious EM couplings of different nature for extended frequency ranges (up to 40 GHz).
  • Essentially higher accuracy provided by the essentially more (100-1000 times) detailed frequency discretization.
  • Developed original system criteria of EMC in conditions of joint influence of many (thousands) EM fields and EM couplings of different nature.
  • Guaranteed detection of potential accident EM destructions in local board / ground or terrestrially-distributed radioelectronic systems.
  • Calculation the recommended adjustments in the equipments’ spectra and/or susceptibility characteristics for solving the linear EMC problems.
  • All the advantages inherent in DNA EMC technique, including Extra-high computational efficiency and accuracy, ultra-wide frequency band  and with an ultra-high dynamic range of nonlinear EMC analysis.

 

DEVELOPER

R&D Lab 1.7 "Electromagnetic compatibility of radio equipment"

 

CONTACTS

6, P. Brovki str., 220013, Minsk, Republic of Belarus
☏  +375 17 293 84 38 
🖷  +375 17 293 89 94
🖂   emc@bsuir.by
🌐  emc.bsuir.by

 

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ADFTT / ADFTS – automated double-frequency test technique and system

DNA EMC – technology and software for non-linear behaviour simulation of radio-receiver operation in severe electromagnetic environment

VTA EMC – technology and software & hardware complex (Virtual Testing Area) for EMC analysis of great number of terrestrially distributed radio systems of various radio services

GIS-RF – specialized geo-informational technologies for radio frequency planning and control - specialized geoinformation technology for solving problems of frequency planning, spectrum management and EMC problems in complex sets of terrestrially distributed radio systems

EMSE – a technique for assessing the electromagnetic safety of the population and the electromagnetic ecology of the environment in conditions of mass use of cellular communications and wireless information services