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This paper presents an approach for simulation of mixed analog-digital CMOS integrated circuits, aiming at estimating crosstalk effects due to current pulses drawn from voltage supplies. A simple expression of voltage and current in the pull-up and the pull-down of a CMOS logic gate is derived, and a representation of digital switching noise in time domain(More)
In this paper we present an approach to analyze effects of digital switching noise on sensitive nodes of the analog section in mixed analog/digital CMOS integrated circuits. As well known, a pre-layout estimation of digital switching noise is a very important target in mixed-signal system-on-chip design.To speed up simulation time, we analyzed the digital(More)
— This paper presents an approach for simulation of mixed-signal CMOS integrated circuits, aiming at estimating crosstalk effects, by identifying possible sources of disturbances in analog-digital integrated systems, such as current pulses drawn from voltage supplies. A simple expression of voltage and current in the pull-up and the pull-down of a CMOS(More)
– This paper presents an approach for analysis of crosstalk effects due to current pulses drawn from voltage supplies in mixed analog-digital CMOS integrated circuits. A test chip has been integrated and mounted in different ways, in order to compare measurements on chips mounted in package and mounted on board. The chip has been extensively simulated,(More)
In this paper, we discuss generation of digital switching noise and its propagation through substrate and interconnection parasitics. Effects of switching noise on analog voltage references and radio-frequency blocks are presented. Both simulated and measured results confirmed that crosstalk effects are strongly dependent on substrate and package type.(More)
This paper presents an approach for simulation of mixed-signal CMOS integrated circuits, aiming at estimating crosstalk effects, by identifying possible sources of disturbances in analog-digital integrated systems, such as current pulses drawn from voltage supplies. A simple expression of voltage and current in the pull-up and the pull-down of a CMOS logic(More)
This paper presents an experimental evaluation of crosstalk effects due to current pulses drawn from voltage supplies in mixed analog-digital CMOS integrated circuits. A test chip was designed in 0.18-µm CMOS technology , integrated and mounted in two different ways, namely, in JLCC package and with flip-chip assembly technique, in order to compare(More)