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Accurate Physical Model For Designing RF and Microwave Integrated Planar Inductors

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4 Author(s)
Sieiro, J. ; Laboratori de Sistemes d''Instrumentaci? i Comunicaci?, Dept. d''Electr?nica, Universitat de Barcelona, (Unitat associada al CSIC) Mart? i Franqu?s, 1 E-08028 Barcelona (SPAIN). Phone: +34 93 401 90 69 Fax: +34 93 402 11 48 E-mail: ; Lopez-Villegas, J.M. ; Cabanillas, J. ; Samitier, J.

This work presents a new approach to the modelling of planar inductors for microwave and RF applications. The inductance is evaluated by means of analytical expressions based on a full geometry description. Moreover, the model takes into account the ohmic losses, due to conduction current, and the magnetic induced losses, due to Eddy currents by means of a frequency dependent series resistor. Finally, a parallel capacitance is included to match the frequency of the component at its first resonance.

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Microwave Conference, 2000. 30th European

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Oct. 2000

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