EMC - Scott Piper - Verifying Simulation Results with Measurements

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EMC - Scott Piper - Verifying Simulation Results with Measurements

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When results of EMC simulations are presented, there are many who ask for evidence supporting the results in the form of "real world" data. The term "real world" data is typically referring to measurements performed in a laboratory but there are strengths and weaknesses in measurements just as there are in simulation methods. The good news is that measurements and simulations do not have many weaknesses in common making it possible to use simulations and measurements together to get closer to the "real" data everyone is looking for.
When results of EMC simulations are presented, there are many who ask for evidence supporting the results in the form of "real world" data. The term "real world" data is typically referring to measurements performed in a laboratory but there are strengths and weaknesses in measurements just as there are in simulation methods. The good news is that measurements and simulations do not have many weaknesses in common making it possible to use simulations and measurements together to get closer to the "real" data everyone is looking for.