Circuit and Interconnect Design for High Bit-Rate by Hugo Veenstra

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By Hugo Veenstra

Understanding greatest functionality from excessive bit-rate and RF circuits calls for shut cognizance to IC know-how, circuit-to-circuit interconnections (i.e., the interconnect ) and circuit layout. Circuit and Interconnet layout for RF and excessive Bit-rate functions covers every one of those subject matters from thought to perform, with adequate aspect that can assist you produce circuits which are first-time correct . an intensive research of the interaction among on-chip circuits and interconnects is gifted, together with functional examples in excessive bit-rate and RF functions. optimal interconnect geometries for the distribution of RF indications are defined, including basic types for traditional interconnect geometries that catch attribute impedance and propagation hold up throughout a extensive frequency diversity. The analyses additionally covers single-ended and differential geometries, in order that the fashion designer can include the results of interconnections once anticipated interconnect lengths can be found. software of interconnect layout is illustrated utilizing a 12.5 Gb/s crosspoint change instance taken from a quantity construction half.

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Thus, the capacitance is proportional to the wire height above the substrate, while the inductance is proportional to the distance to the nearest low-ohmic ground path. The separation of electric and magnetic fields results in a slow-wave mode. , a TEM mode and a slow-wave mode) may introduce significant timing jitter in broadband systems. Therefore, slow-wave modes are usually unwanted effects. Insertion of a metal ground shield below the signal line and above the substrate, effectively provides a boundary for both the electric and the magnetic fields, thereby avoiding slowwave modes.

In this 1-dimensional multi-segment distributed model, R, L, C and G are the distributed line parameters per metre. This model is often referred to as the RLCG or RLC line model. ∆y/2 i(y,t) y+∆y Fig. 4) where both v and i are a function of time t and location y, thus v = v(y, t) and i = i(y, t). 10) is a complex exponential function. 2 Transmission Line Theory 31 will also be sinusoidal functions of time. 12) Here, v(y), i(y), ϕ (y) and ψ (y) are functions of the location y only. 16) represent sinusoidal waves in the positive and negative y-directions.

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