Computer Simulations and Experimental Investigation for Heterodyne Characteristics on PCB with the Increased Resistance to Electrostatic Discharges
Computer simulations and experimental investigation for characteristics of the standard analog device – the heterodyne executed on the printed circuit board with replacement insulators from the composite dielectric having controlled dark conductivity have been carried out. Results of simulation showed that increase in conductivity of material of the printed circuit board (PCB) up to 2·10-7 Ω-1 ·m-1 practically does not change operating characteristics of a heterodyne in the range of the frequencies of 9 - 37 MHz. Simulation results are in good agreement with experimental data. Possibility of their effective use in space application devices, which prevents emergence of electrostatic discharges it, has been shown.