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Prediction of EFT/B Signal Transfer Characteristics in Mobile Charging Circuit
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 Title & Authors
Prediction of EFT/B Signal Transfer Characteristics in Mobile Charging Circuit
Song, SeungJae; Kim, Kwangho; Jo, Jeongmin; Lee, Seungbae; Kim, So-young; Nah, Wansoo;
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 Abstract
This paper presents a methodology and a model that can analyze the high frequency transfer characteristics from socket in the AC power port to the 5 V DC output port in the mobile charging circuit. This is to predict the output signals coming from the IEC(International Electrotechnical Commission) Standard(IEC 61000-4-4), EFT/B(Electric Fast Transient and Burst) immunity test for mobile charging circuit. Since the mobile charging circuit is energized from the AC power socket from the power line, it is necessary to know the high frequency transfer characteristics with activated AC power line. A simple CDN(Coupling-Decoupling Network) is designed and manufactured for measuring S-parameters of mobile charging circuit with and without AC power line activated. The result shows that the S-parameters of the specific mobile charging circuits are almost the same, independent of AC power line activation. Consequently, the S-parameters without AC line could be used to predict the output response to the EFT/B signals, and it was shown that the proposed methodology predicts the output responses quite accurately, which proves the validness of the methodology presented in this paper.
 Keywords
EFT/B Immunity Test;Mobile Charging Circuit;S-Parameter;AC Power Line;
 Language
Korean
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