"A behavioral model is introduced, which can predict low-loss and low surface roughness transmission line time- and frequency- domain performances. High data rates push for better performance of PCB transmission lines. However, the roughness of copper foil has a considerable impact on the signal integrity performance of transmission lines at high data rates and long propagation distance. Existing models for low-loss transmission line surface roughness are inadequate. A new behavioral model to represent the surface roughness has been developed. The model is applied in the design process by adding a dispersive term to the bulk dielectric permittivity to represent the loss due to the foil surface roughness. By adding a broadband dielectric model into original transmission model, time- and frequency-domain performance improvements is achieved.
Two version of high-speed PCB test board via-transition design optimization is presented, the goal is to make the working frequency up to 50GHz and also will summarize a design flow for design a high-speed board with single and differential signal traces"--Abstract, page iii.
Drewniak, James L.
Fan, Jun, 1971-
Electrical and Computer Engineering
M.S. in Electrical Engineering
Missouri University of Science and Technology
ix, 59 pages
© Xinyao Guo
Thesis - Open Access
Library of Congress Subject Headings
Signal integrity (Electronics)
Printed circuits -- Design
Electronic OCLC #
Guo, Xinyao, "Design methodology for behavioral surface roughness modeling and high-speed test board design" (2016). Masters Theses. 7599.