Step V: Application of the MTLN Methods to EM Crosstalk of the Cable Bundle Model
Once the RCB model is obtained, we can apply the MTLN method in the prediction of EM crosstalk problems.
The near and far ends crosstalk voltage in the time domain and frequency domain (0-500 MHz) on Cable 2 can finally be obtained by applying the MTLN to the complete and reduced models shown in Figure 5 and Figure 6, respectively.
9 (Complete model costs 39 seconds, Reduced model costs 10 seconds) after equivalence of the complete model by using the method of MTLN, which have been performed on a 2.
Once the reduced cable bundle model is obtained, we can apply the MTLN and MoM in the prediction of EM immunity, emission and crosstalk problems.
The near and far ends crosstalk voltage on Cable 9 can finally be obtained by applying the MTLN to the complete and reduced models shown in Figs.
EM crosstalk, emission and immunity examples all exhibit the validity and ability of this method both with MTLN at "low frequencies" and MoM at "high frequencies" in the simulation of the response of cable bundle terminated in arbitrary loads, which is quite different from previous works.