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2009-03-12
A Fast Approach for Simulating Long-Time Response of High-Speed Dispersive and Lossy Interconnects Terminated with Nonlinear Loads
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Progress In Electromagnetics Research, Vol. 91, 153-171, 2009
Abstract
This paper presents an efficient approach for analyzing the longtime response of high-speed dispersive and lossy interconnects terminated with nonlinear loads. In this approach, a fast real-time convolution algorithm with computational cost st O(N log2N) is suggested to tackle the long-time analysis of the high-speed dispersive and lossy interconnects, which are modeled by S-parameters. In addition, the acquirement of the S-parameters is recommended to adopt wideband closed-form formulas. The time response of a microstrip line with a nonlinear load is shown as a practical example. The dominant parameters affecting the response of this microstrip line is observed and discussed in detail. The approach demonstrates its efficiency and accuracy in the analysis.
Citation
Cheng-Nan Chiu I-Ting Chiang , "A Fast Approach for Simulating Long-Time Response of High-Speed Dispersive and Lossy Interconnects Terminated with Nonlinear Loads," Progress In Electromagnetics Research, Vol. 91, 153-171, 2009.
doi:10.2528/PIER09021502
http://www.jpier.org/PIER/pier.php?paper=09021502
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