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ELECTROMAGNETIC MODEL FOR MICROWAVE COMPONENTS OF INTEGRATED CIRCUITS

By F. A. Mohammadi and M. C. E. Yagoub

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Abstract:
This paper presents an accurate and robust time-domain electromagnetic model for microwave components of integrated circuits. The time-domain model has been validated on different structures such as metallic waveguides, planer lines and the transition of waveguide-microstrip line under harmonic oscillation excitation. The results obtained from simulation were compared to the experimental test results. The simulation results demonstrated that the approach is suitable to model microwave components of integrated circuits.

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F. A. Mohammadi and M. C. E. Yagoub, "Electromagnetic Model for Microwave Components of Integrated Circuits," Progress In Electromagnetics Research B, Vol. 1, 81-94, 2008.
doi:10.2528/PIERB07101802

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