Yao-Jiang Zhang

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An irregular plate pair with multiple vias is analyzed by the segmentation method that divides the plate pair into a plate domain and via domains. In the via domains, all the parallel-plate modes are considered, while in the plate domain, only the propagating modes are included to account for the coupling among vias and the reflection from plate edges.(More)
A hybrid 3-D and equivalent 2-D finite-element method (FEM) is proposed for signal/power integrity analysis of multiple vias in a shared anti-pad in an arbitrarily shaped parallel-plate pair. The entire domain of the plate pair is decomposed into via-domains and plate domains by virtual interfaces. Complicated fields in via-domains, due to mode conversions(More)
Rigorous analysis of via-plate-pair interactions requires the impedance of a plate pair to be defined in terms of radial transmission lines on perfect magnetic conductor (PMC) ports. The plate domain is not a solid plate pair but one with multiple PMC holes where conventional impedance definitions are not suitable. A new impedance definition is proposed(More)
Numerical addition theorems of both axially anisotropic and axially isotropic parallel-plate modes are derived using a method based on boundary integral equations. This leads to a generalized multiple scattering (GMS) method for signal/power integrity analysis of dense vias in an arbitrarily shaped plate pair, which overcomes the limitation of the(More)
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