Xingchao Yuan

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The cascading properties of general four-port networks are explored with respect to the standard to mixed-mode transformation of scattering matrices. Rigorous proofs are given to show that, for balanced networks, the odd-/even-mode scattering matrix of two cascaded networks equals the scattering matrix of the cascade of the respective odd-/even-mode(More)
The growing demand for low-power and high-fidelity chip-to-chip data communication has motivated the use of near-ground or low-common-mode voltage (LCM) signaling [1-2]. However, deployment of such signaling for high-speed applications such as graphics memory interfaces has been hampered by complications of the transmitter and receiver designs. Recent(More)
As the operating frequency of digital systems increases and voltage swing decreases, it becomes increasingly important to accurately characterize and analyze power distribution networks (PDN). This paper presents the modeling, simulation, and measurement of a PDN in a high-speed FR4 printed circuit board (PCB) designed for chip-to-chip communication at a(More)
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