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San Diego Chapter Technical Presentation and Lunch August 28

Sep 30, 2018 12:00pm -
Sep 30, 2018 02:00pm
(GMT-8)

Event Description

 

San Diego Chapters

   Tuesday, August 28th, 2018 at 12:00    

POSTPONED - NEW DATE TBA

Technical presentation and lunch

 

Sponsored by Quik-Pak

 

 

Precise Characterization of Multipin Connectors

Presented by

Enow Tanjong
 

Abstract: Connectors are an integral part of any electronic system, allowing multiple parts of one system to

interconnect. However, they represent a discontinuity, and this discontinuity causes reflections,

differential-to-common-mode conversion and radiation. All these phenomena are more intense at

higher frequencies and they can significantly distort the transmitted signal which leads to the

reduction of transmission speed/bitrate.

 

Prediction of these effects using simulation requires a precise model of the connector with well defined

geometry and materials. The electrical properties of materials are often known up to a

certain degree of accuracy, therefore measurement is used for characterization or/and

verification. However, measuring such connectors with a Vector Network Analyzer requires the

connector to be mounted to a test fixture. In reality these fixtures have parasitic properties, which

can be comparable to properties of the connector itself. Measured S-parameters thus contain a

mixture of connector properties and fixture parasitics.

This presentation will demonstrate a technique for the extraction of the connector model from

measured S-parameters mitigating the effects of the test-fixture using CST STUDIO SUITE®.

The concept will be demonstrated on the example of a connector for automotive applications.

 

Biography: Enow Tanjong is currently a Senior Application Engineer with CST of America now part of

Dassault Systèmes Simulia where he serves a lead technical role in supporting pre-sales efforts in

the South-west region of the USA. He joined CST of America in 2006 as an Application

Engineer after receiving a B.Sc. Magna and M.Sc. in Electrical Engineering from the University

of Massachusetts. His graduate studies involved the numerical and experimental electromagnetic

analysis (modeling) of complex metallic radiating structures.

 

Logistics:

*TUESDAY*, August 28th at 12:00 PM.  Lunch will be provided.

Location: EMD Performance Materials @ 6555 Nancy Ridge Dr, San Diego, CA 92131

RSVP required.  Space is limited to 30 registrants due to room size; please sign up quickly.

$20.00 for IMAPS members. $25.00 for non-members. Free for students with an ID. Please advise if you are non-U.S. citizen when you register. To register and pay online (preferred), please click HERE, or to register via email please contact Bill Ishii ----- bill@imaps.org


Event Type:Chapter
Early registration ends on Aug 27, 2018.
Regular registration starts on Aug 28, 2018 and ends on Aug 27, 2018.
Late registration starts on Aug 28, 2018.
(GMT-08:00) Pacific Time (US & Canada), Tijuana

 

 
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