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Kim, Jingook
Integrated Circuit and Electromagnetic Compatibility Laboratory (IC & EMC Lab)
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  • Convergence between circuit and EM domains

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Analysis of noise coupling from a power distribution network to signal traces in high-speed multilayer printed circuit boards

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Title
Analysis of noise coupling from a power distribution network to signal traces in high-speed multilayer printed circuit boards
Author
Kim, JingookRotaru, Mihai D.Baek, SeungyongPark, JongbaeIyer, Mahadevan K.Kim, Joungho
Keywords
Analytical modeling; Coupling measurement; Electromagnetic coupling; Power distribution network (PDN); Power/ground; Scattering; Switching noise
Issue Date
2006-05
Publisher
IEEE-INST ELECTRICAL ELECTRONICS ENGINEERS INC
Citation
IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON ELECTROMAGNETIC COMPATIBILITY, v.48, no.2, pp.319 - 330
Abstract
As layout density increases in highly integrated multilayer printed circuit boards (PCBs), the noise that exists in the power distribution network (PDN) is increasingly coupled to the signal traces, and precise modeling to describe the coupling phenomenon becomes necessary. This paper presents a model to describe noise coupling between the power/ ground planes and signal traces in multilayer systems. An analytical model for the coupling has been successfully derived, and the coupling mechanism was rigorously analyzed and clarified. Wave equations for a signal trace with power/ground noise were solved by imposing boundary conditions. Measurements in both the frequency and time domains have been conducted to confirm the validity of the proposed model.
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10.1109/TEMC.2006.873865
ISSN
0018-9375
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