AW: AW: [SI-LIST] : Burst noise simulation

Unger Bernhard (Bernhard.Unger@erlm.siemens.de)
Mon, 22 Sep 1997 10:57:33 +-200

Yes I mean the BURST specified in EN61000-4-4.

Bernhard
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Betreff: Re: AW: [SI-LIST] : Burst noise simulation

Do you mean the burst portion of the EN61000-4-4 specification?=20
(Susceptibility to Electrical Fast Transients and Burst)
Hans

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Subject: AW: [SI-LIST] : Burst noise simulation
Author: Non-HP-Bernhard.unger (Bernhard.unger@erlm.siemens.de) at=20
HP-ColSprings,mimegw5
Date: 9/19/97 5:35 PM

coming back to my office, I noticed my question regarding BURST=20
simulation caused some confusions. Sorry.=20
Here my definition of BURST:
BURSTS are groups of voltage spikes (0.5-2kV / Tr=3D5ns / Tf=3D50ns) =
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on supply- and datalines caused by e.g. electrical engines and power=20
switches. I does'nt thought about burst noise of resistors a.s.o..
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