A Magnetostatic Model for Square Spiral Inductors Incorporating a Magnetic Layer

@article{Pinhas2008AMM,
  title={A Magnetostatic Model for Square Spiral Inductors Incorporating a Magnetic Layer},
  author={Sandra Pinhas and SungWoo Hwang and Jae-Sung Rieh},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Magnetics},
  year={2008},
  volume={44},
  pages={2085-2087}
}
Embedding magnetic layers in inductors is an attractive option for increasing inductance density, which is a critical issue for radio-frequency applications. In this letter, we develop a magnetostatic model for square spiral inductors incorporating a magnetic layer. In our model, we assume that the permeability of the magnetic layer is isotropic and infinite. The model provides a fast and effective numerical calculation of the inductance of inductors incorporating a magnetic layer. We show the… CONTINUE READING

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