Modeling skin effect with reduced decoupled R-L circuits

@inproceedings{Mei2003ModelingSE,
  title={Modeling skin effect with reduced decoupled R-L circuits},
  author={Shizhong Mei and Yehea I. Ismail},
  booktitle={ISCAS},
  year={2003}
}
On-chip conductors such as clock and power distribution networks require accurately modeling skin effect. Furthermore, to incorporate skin effect in the existing generic simulation tools such as SPICE, simple frequency independent lumped-element circuit models are needed. A rule-based R-L circuit model is proposed in this paper that predicts the skin effect in the entire frequency range accurately. This circuit model only contains a few parallel branches of resistors and inductors. A maximum… CONTINUE READING

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