Presentation of the research theme
With the increase in the number of electronic modules in systems (connected objects for the major application areas of the future: autonomous vehicles, more electric aircraft, connected health, connected cities, etc.) and the availability of impulse (sub-GHz), “high-power” (a few GHz) and millimetre (a few tens to a few hundreds of GHz) sources, the likelihood of scenarios associating intentional or unintentional “low- and high-frequency” electromagnetic interference with electronic systems is becoming increasingly important.
The researchers gathered in the theme have a solid experience in the study of the effects (non-linear behaviour, degradation, destruction…) of EM interference on electronic components and circuits (low frequency analogue/digital, high frequency, power). They have for many years been developing work relating to the analysis of the electromagnetic susceptibility of electronic systems to intentional electromagnetic interferences (IEMI). This work has made it possible to design platforms for measuring this susceptibility.