# Development of Model Libraries for Embedded Passives Using Network Synthesis

@inproceedings{Choi2000DevelopmentOM, title={Development of Model Libraries for Embedded Passives Using Network Synthesis}, author={Kwang Lim Choi and Madhavan Swaminathan}, year={2000} }

- Published 2000

This paper discusses the synthesis and simulation of RF circuits using integral passive components embedded in a packaged substrate. For any oneor two-port structure, a function approximating its response is first obtained in a rational function representation using simulated or measured data. The equivalent lumped circuit is then synthesized from the rational function. The results show that the equivalent circuits can be used to reveal the parasitic effects associated with the physical layout… CONTINUE READING

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