Intrasystem Electromagnetic Compatibility Analysis Program. Volume III. Computer Program Documentation
Final rept. 19 May 1972-19 Nov 1973
MCDONNELL AIRCRAFT CO ST LOUIS MO
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The report documents the programming details of IEMCAP. It contains detailed descriptions of all subroutines, variables, and constants used in the program. IEMCAP is a USA Standard FORTRAN program for computer-aided implementation of electromagnetic compatibility EMC at all stages of an Air Force systems life cycle, applicable to aircraft systems, spacecraft and missile systems, and ground-based systems. Extensive knowledge of computers is not required to use the program, and all inputs are in easy-to-use, free-field format. The program incorporates analytical math models to perform four analysis tasks generation of EMC specification limits tailored to a specific system, analysis for granting waivers to the specifications, survey of the system for interference, and comparative analysis to aid in trade-off decisions. Math models are included covering a large number of source signal waveforms and RF modulation types, receptor types, and transfer modes between sources and receptors. Models are also included for effects of environmental electromagnetic fields.
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