Comparing Time-Domain and Frequency Domain Techniques for Investigation on Charge Delivery and Power-Bus Noise for High-Speed Printed Circuit Boards
The performance of power distribution network is critical to high-speed digital circuits in terms of both signal integrity and radiated emission. This paper studies charge delivery of a power distribution network, as well as power bus noise resulting from device switching, in the time domain as well as the frequency domain. Some of the PDN performance analysis is easier to understand when analyzed in the time domain. The effects of capacitor location, capacitor value, power/ground plane pair location within the stackup, board size, as well as dielectric material, are discussed.
J. L. Drewniak et al., "Comparing Time-Domain and Frequency Domain Techniques for Investigation on Charge Delivery and Power-Bus Noise for High-Speed Printed Circuit Boards," Proceedings of DesignCon 2007 (2007, Santa Clara, CA), vol. 3, pp. 1838-1866, UBM Electronics, Feb 2007.
DesignCon 2007 (2007: Jan. 29-Feb. 1, Santa Clara, CA)
Electrical and Computer Engineering
Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) Laboratory
Keywords and Phrases
Board Size; Capacitor Location; Frequency Domain Techniques; Frequency Domains; High Speed Digital Circuit; High-Speed; Performance Analysis; Power Bus Noise; Power Distribution Network; Power/Ground Plane Pair; Radiated Emissions; Signal Integrity; Time Domain; Capacitors; Dielectric Materials; Electric Network Analysis; Frequency Domain Analysis; Time Domain Analysis
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