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Analysis of Integrated Circuit System s by An Innovative Wavelet-Based Scattering Matrix Approach

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3 Author(s)
Barmada, S. ; Dipt. Sistemi Elettrici e Automazione, Pisa Univ. ; Musolino, A. ; Raugi, M.

This paper proposes the use of scattering parameters (S-parameters) in the wavelet domain for the analysis of coupled multiconductor transmission lines, high-speed integrated circuits, and interconnects. S-parameters-based computing techniques are widely used in the analysis of networks characterized by a large number of integrated devices and interconnects. The theoretical and practical definition of the wavelet-based S matrix is shown, and then some numerical examples of its use and potential in the analysis of systems with linear and nonlinear terminations is shown and compared with other numerical techniques. The computational costs and the memory requirements of the wavelet representation of scattering matrix are also addressed

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Advanced Packaging, IEEE Transactions on  (Volume:30 ,  Issue: 1 )

Date of Publication:

Feb. 2007

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