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Investigation of tapered multiple microstrip lines for VLSI circuits

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The analysis of tapered, coupled microstrip transmission lines is presented. These lines, used as interconnects between integrated circuit devices, are modeled using an iteration-perturbation approach applied in the spatial domain. From this model, a frequency-dependent scattering parameter characterization is determined. A time-domain simulation of pulse propagation through the tapered, coupled microstrip lines is performed. The frequency-domain scattering parameters are inverse Fourier transformed to obtain the time-domain Green's function. The input pulse is convolved with the Green's function, and a Newton-Raphson algorithm is applied to account for nonlinear loads. Some experimental results are shown, and a simulation approximation is proposed

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Microwave Theory and Techniques, IEEE Transactions on  (Volume:38 ,  Issue: 11 )

Date of Publication:

Nov 1990

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