Saiyd Ahyoune

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The aim of this work is the study of the performance of planar inductors due to the presence of shielding structures. Equivalent inductance, quality factor and self resonance of the component are chosen as figures of merit for a fair comparison. Two experiments are proposed. In the first one, identical inductor geometries are evaluated under three different(More)
To minimise the number of cells required for analysing numerically a planar circuit, an hybrid meshing technique that combines 1D and 2D cells is presented in this work. Thanks to this discretization procedure of the Partial Element Equivalent Circuit (PEEC) method, the connectivity between 1D and 2D model partitions is made using an unstructured mesh. In(More)
In this work, a combination of 2D and 3D quasi-static Green's functions (GF) is proposed for extending the frequency range validity of the quasi-static approximation. It is shown that 3D-GF is very accurate at low frequency, whereas 2D-GF is more suitable at higher frequencies because it is the actual solution of the transverse electromagnetic (TEM)(More)
The aim of this paper is the development of two different analytical Green's functions for the modeling of the substrate electrical coupling in integrated circuits. The first procedure solves directly the Poisson's equation of the substrate as a two-layer problem using the adequate boundary conditions. An accurate and stable expression is obtained which is(More)
A simple bisection algorithm for the synthesis of compact planar inductors in LTCC technology is presented in this work. It is based on a set of heuristic rules obtained from the study of the electromagnetic behavior of these planar devices. By using a bisection method, the number of iterations is kept moderately low. In order to speed up analysis at each(More)
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