Integrating subnetworks characterized by measured data into moment-matching simulations
Moment-matching techniques have been proposed for efficient transient waveform estimation of interconnect networks used in modelling MCM's. In this paper, we introduce an approach for incorporating components characterized by measured data, within a moment matching simulation. The new method is applied using Complex Frequency Hopping (CFH), a multipoint moment-matching technique which enables the characterization of the network up to the highest frequency of interest. It allows for the efficient analysis of large networks which include lossy, coupled transmission lines, nonlinear terminations and arbitrary components represented by simulated or measured data.
|Conference||Proceedings of the IEEE Multi-Chip Module Conference|
Sanaie, R., Chiprout, E., Nakhla, M.S, & Zhang, Q.J. (1994). Integrating subnetworks characterized by measured data into moment-matching simulations. In Proceedings of the 1994 IEEE Multi-Chip Module Conference (pp. 114–119).