Quantitative Prediction of On-chip Capacitive and Inductive Crosstalk Noise and Discussion on Wire Cross-Sectional Area Toward Inductive Crosstalk Free Interconnects

@article{Ogasahara2006QuantitativePO,
  title={Quantitative Prediction of On-chip Capacitive and Inductive Crosstalk Noise and Discussion on Wire Cross-Sectional Area Toward Inductive Crosstalk Free Interconnects},
  author={Yasuhiro Ogasahara and Masanori Hashimoto and Takao Onoye},
  journal={2006 International Conference on Computer Design},
  year={2006},
  pages={70-75}
}
Capacitive and inductive crosstalk noises are expected to be more serious in advanced technologies. However, capacitive and inductive crosstalk noises in the future have not been concurrently and sufficiently discussed quantitatively, though capacitive crosstalk noise has been intensively studied solely as a primary factor of interconnect delay variation. This paper quantitatively predicts the impact of capacitive and inductive crosstalk in prospective processes, and reveals that interconnect… CONTINUE READING

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