An Intrinsic Circuit Model for Multiple Vias in an Irregular Plate Pair Through Rigorous Electromagnetic Analysis

  title={An Intrinsic Circuit Model for Multiple Vias in an Irregular Plate Pair Through Rigorous Electromagnetic Analysis},
  author={Yaojiang Zhang and Jun Fan},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Microwave Theory and Techniques},
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. Boundary conditions at both vias and plate edges are enforced and all parasitic components of via circuit are expressed analytically in terms of… CONTINUE READING
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