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The Electromagnetic Compatibility of Integrated Circuits—Past, Present, and Future

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8 Author(s)
Ramdani, M. ; Ecole Super. d''Electron. de lOuest (ESEO), Angers ; Sicard, E. ; Boyer, A. ; Ben Dhia, S.
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Throughout the decades of continuous advances in semiconductor technology, from the discrete devices of the late 1950s to today's billon-transistor system-on-chip, there have always been concerns about the ability of components to operate safely in an increasingly disruptive electromagnetic environment. This paper provides a nonexhaustive review of the research work conducted in the field of electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) at the IC level over the past 40 years. It also brings together a collection of information and trends in IC technology, in order to build a tentative roadmap for the EMC of ICs until the year 2020, with a focus on measurement methods and modeling approaches.

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Electromagnetic Compatibility, IEEE Transactions on  (Volume:51 ,  Issue: 1 )