From: KHOO,KENG-KOK (HP-Singapore,ex4) (email@example.com)
Date: Sun Sep 24 2000 - 19:12:06 PDT
I have somne questions on the cavity resonant frequencies. I found a formula
in Noise Reductions Techniques in Electronics System by Henry Ott Pg.199
f = 212/L,
L is the largest dimension of the cavity in meters
f the lowest resonant frequency in MHz
I have a rectangular box with L=140mm so f = 1.514GHz.
There is a cable running out of the enclosure and the cable lenght inside
the enclosure is 210mm and 430mm on the outdside of the enclosure. Radiated
EMI measurement shows cable emission around 100-150MHz.
210mm | 430mm
Inside | Outside
Ferrite core works well in reducing the 100-150MHz emission when it is put
on the outside of the enclosure but did NOT have any effect when put on the
inside portion of the cable.
How do I relate the 1.5GHz resonant frequency to the 100-150MHz emission
from the cable?
Have I interpreted the formula wrongly?
Where did the 212/L formula came from?
Thanks a lot.
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