Appendix D


D.1 Overview

It may seem strange to devote no more than a few pages at the back of a book on product design for EMC to the important subject of computer aided design (CAD). The prospect of non-compliance with EMC requirements is now sufficiently threatening that manufacturers are having to give these requirements serious consideration at the design stage, and the second part of this book discusses the major design principles that this involves. Many other aspects of the circuit design process are now automated and simulated to the extent that a breadboard stage, to check the correctness of the basic design concepts, is often no longer necessary. A very attractive option to the product designer would be a CAD tool that ...

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