Designing and Modeling for Power Integrity

  title={Designing and Modeling for Power Integrity},
  author={Madhavan Swaminathan and Daehyun Chung and Stefano Grivet-Talocia and Krishna Bharath and Vishal Laddha and Jianyong Xie},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Electromagnetic Compatibility},
After providing an overview of the state-of-the-art in power distribution design and modeling, this paper focuses on return path discontinuities (RPDs) for I/O signaling. After briefly describing their importance in the context of simultaneous switching noise, a specific case of RPD based on via discontinuities is discussed in detail in the context of both the frequency- and time-domain waveforms using a test vehicle. The modeling of RPD in practical packages and printed circuit boards is… CONTINUE READING
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