From: Chris Cheng ([email protected])
Date: Fri Nov 19 1999 - 16:22:07 PST
no it doesn't. it only says the 2d transmission line parameters
are calculated in tem mode.
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> Sent: Friday, November 19, 1999 3:35 PM
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> Subject: Re: [SI-LIST] : does PEEC assume TEM mode ?
> >From the manual:
> "PARASITIC PARAMETERS employs a boundary integral equation method
> based on Green's functions for the capacitance calculation."
> "PARASITIC PARAMETERS provides both of the TEM mode inductance and
> the frequency-dependent inductance ... for a 2-D transmission
> line system."
> In reading the manual, PNC uses a filaments approach to develop the
> Partial Equivalent circuit for traces and a cells approach for planes.
> "PARASITIC PARAMETERS automatically generates a non-uniform
> filament mesh across the conductor cross-section by varying the size
> of the filament cross-section."
> I hope this helps.
> Chris Cheng wrote:
> > dear friends :
> > one academic question:
> > does PEEC (partial element equivalent circuit) method
> > uses the TEM mode assumption to generate its model ?
> > i was under the impression it does not but i might be
> > wrong.
> > chris
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