Krishna Bharath

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Power integrity simulation for system-on-package (SoP) based modules is a crucial bottleneck in the SoP design flow. In this paper, the multi-layer finite difference method (M-FDM) augmented with models for split planes has been proposed as a fast and accurate frequency domain engine. Results demonstrating the accuracy and scalability of the method have(More)
This paper describes a methodology for performing system level signal and power integrity analyses of SiP-based systems. The paper briefly outlines some new modeling and simulation techniques that have been developed to enable the proposed methodology. Some results based on the application of this methodology on test systems are also presented.
In the design of complex power distribution networks (PDN) with multiple power islands, it is required that the PDN represents a low impedance as seen by the digital modules. This is to reduce the simultaneous switching noise (SSN), generated due to the switching activity of digital drivers. Typically this reduction in impedance is accomplished by placing(More)
— We present a method for fast analysis of signal and power integrity based on a recently developed multilayered finite difference method (M-FDM). In order to accurately model multilayered planar structures, which are three dimensional, M-FDM combines two-dimensional models for power/ground planes using a multilayered unit cell approach. In this way, noise(More)
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