From: Michael Vrbanac (email@example.com)
Date: Thu Jan 13 2000 - 10:45:31 PST
I just wrote Sainaith that, also, so I agree. It isn't always convenient
to deal with SI problems that way, though, so the question is totally
understandable. From a theoretical point of view, we both are right.
I think Sainaith's point was more directed at "how do these 'fields'
directly affect the day-to-day output of work when using a simulator
that already does that?" What is seen all day is what appears to be
"time domain" stuff.... I can understand if "fields" wouldn't appear
to seem relevant in that situation.
Did I get your point right, Sainaith???
Michael E. Vrbanac
Ray Anderson wrote:
> Which SI issues don't have to do with fields ????
> Just about any SI issue can be looked at from a fields perspective.
> Power distribution systems:
> Bypassing is mainly a capacitance and inductance issue which is based on E and H fields
> Transmission Lines:
> Zo is determined by E and H fields. Propagation: (fields again.)
> Really a plane bounce problem. (Fields again)
> and on it goes ......
> > Date: Thu, 13 Jan 2000 09:40:34 -0800
> > From: Sainath Nimmagadda <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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> > Interesting! What SI issues have to do with fields anyway.
> > Sainath
> > Michael Vrbanac wrote:
> > > D.C.
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