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Frequency-domain characterization of power distribution networks [electronic resource] / Istvan Novak, Jason R. Miller.

By: Novak, Istvan, Dr.
Contributor(s): Miller, Jason R [].
Material type: TextTextSeries: Artech House microwave library: Publisher: Boston : Artech House, c2007Description: 1 online resource (xvi, 339 p.) : ill.ISBN: 9781596932012 (electronic bk.); 1596932015 (electronic bk.).Subject(s): Electric power transmission | Electric power distribution -- Mathematical models | �Electricit�e -- Transport -- Math�ematiques | �Electricit�e -- Distribution -- Math�ematiques | R�eseaux �electriques (�Energie) | TECHNOLOGY & ENGINEERING -- ElectricalGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Frequency-domain characterization of power distribution networks.DDC classification: 621.319 Online resources: EBSCOhost
Contents:
Frequency-Domain Characterizationof Power Distribution Networks; Contents vii; Preface xi; Acknowledgments xv; Chapter 1 Introduction 1; Chapter 2 Simulation Methods and Tools 13; Chapter 3 Characterization and Modeling of Vias 43; Chapter 4 Characterization and Modeling of Planesand Laminates 67; Chapter 5 Impedance Measurements Basics 123; Chapter 6 Connections and Calibrations 159; Chapter 7 Measurements: Practical Details 197; Chapter 8 Characterization and Modeling of BypassCapacitors 229; Chapter 9 Characterization and Modeling ofInductors, DC-DC Converters, andSystems 297
Summary: Power distribution networks (PDNs) are key components in today?s high-performance electronic circuitry. They ensure that circuits have a constant, stable supply of power. The complexities of designing PDNs have been dramatically reduced by frequency-domain analysis. This book examines step-by-step how electrical engineers can use frequency-domain techniques to accurately simulate, measure, and model PDNs. It guides engineers through the ins and outs of these techniques to ensure they develop the right PDN for any type of circuit. Circuit engineers gain valuable insight from the book?s best pra.
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Frequency-Domain Characterizationof Power Distribution Networks; Contents vii; Preface xi; Acknowledgments xv; Chapter 1 Introduction 1; Chapter 2 Simulation Methods and Tools 13; Chapter 3 Characterization and Modeling of Vias 43; Chapter 4 Characterization and Modeling of Planesand Laminates 67; Chapter 5 Impedance Measurements Basics 123; Chapter 6 Connections and Calibrations 159; Chapter 7 Measurements: Practical Details 197; Chapter 8 Characterization and Modeling of BypassCapacitors 229; Chapter 9 Characterization and Modeling ofInductors, DC-DC Converters, andSystems 297

Power distribution networks (PDNs) are key components in today?s high-performance electronic circuitry. They ensure that circuits have a constant, stable supply of power. The complexities of designing PDNs have been dramatically reduced by frequency-domain analysis. This book examines step-by-step how electrical engineers can use frequency-domain techniques to accurately simulate, measure, and model PDNs. It guides engineers through the ins and outs of these techniques to ensure they develop the right PDN for any type of circuit. Circuit engineers gain valuable insight from the book?s best pra.

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