OK, I'll bite... Where do you find a frequency domain simulator, such as
the one you almost mention? I am kind of new at this, and IIRC, SPICE
is mainly time-domain, though it does have a FFT (from waveform to
frequency content). Quad is also time domain, from what I can see.
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Ron Miller wrote:
> Hi guys
> In order to understand and to simulate the CQFP and CBGA packages the
> frequency domain is the best way to go because all lead inductances
> also have
> distributed capacitance. Frequency domain models of transmission
> lines are
> as close to reality as we can get, and are available only in frequency
> simulators. Some of these simulators also have FFTs and convolution
> to get
> back to the time domain for waveform analysis.
> So, do not get hung up on inductance and capacitance only. There is
> more than
> meets the eye.
> Ron Miller
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