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—In this paper, a closed-form matrix rational-approximation algorithm is proposed to efficiently model the delay and crosstalk noise of coupled RLC on-chip interconnects. A key feature of the proposed algorithm is that, for any rational order, the approximation is obtained analytically in terms of predetermined coefficients and the per-unit-length(More)
An efficient approach is presented for time-domain sensitivity analysis of lossy multiconductor transmission lines with respect to electrical and/or physical parameters. The proposed method employs delay extraction prior to approximating the matrix exponential stamp of the line and guarantees macromodel passivity. A delay-extraction-based equivalent circuit(More)
We present a power transfer sensitivity analysis of a four-coil resonance-based wireless power delivery system that is used to provide energy to a small-size biotelemetry system implanted into non-human freely moving subjects. Both axial and angular misalignments have been evaluated, with calculations for the worst-case misalignment of 15mm axial distance(More)
This paper presents an efficient method for fast wideband eigenmode analysis of waveguide structures. The proposed algorithm uses a multidimensional subspace method based on modified perturbation theory and singular-value decomposition to perform model-order reduction directly on the finite element eigenvalue equations. This procedure generates parametric(More)
—This paper presents a delay and crosstalk noise model for coupled resistance-inductance-capacitance (RLC) on-chip interconnects. The proposed algorithm, based on a modified Lie formula, is used to convert the solution of the transmission line network into delay algebraic equations to obtain the time domain response. The proposed algorithm is not limited to(More)
Signal integrity analysis has become imperative for high-speed designs. In this paper, we present a new technique to advance Krylov-space based passive model-reduction algorithms to include lossy coupled transmission lines described by Telegrapher's equations. In the proposed scheme, transmission line subnetworks are treated with closed-form stamps obtained(More)
— Typical modeling algorithms for multilayered irregular shaped power distribution networks are based on a finite difference solution of the Helmholtz equation. In this paper, the finite difference solution is demonstrated to be equivalent to a discretization of the Telegraphers partial differential equations for multiconductor transmission lines (MTL).(More)
The high level of security and the fast hardware and software implementations of the Advanced Encryption Standard (AES) have made it the first choice for many critical applications. Since its acceptance as the adopted symmetric-key algorithm, the AES has been utilized in various security-constrained applications, many of which are power and resource(More)