R:[SI-LIST] : Comment on Johnson's article (Now BuriedCapacitance )

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From: Vigliarolo Roberto ([email protected])
Date: Fri Nov 05 1999 - 03:01:55 PST


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> Da: Istvan NOVAK[SMTP:[email protected]]
> Risposta a: [email protected]
> Inviato: mercoled 3 novembre 1999 14.15
> A: [email protected]; Dr. Edward P. Sayre
> Cc: [email protected]
> Oggetto: Re: [SI-LIST] : Comment on Johnson's article (Now
> BuriedCapacitance)
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>For repetitive (periodical) excitation, resonances due to
>the finite sizes do occur, unless the structure itself is lossy
enough to
>sufficiently suppress the resonances. The steady-state transfer
impedance
>profile may show impedance peaks, which are sometimes even bigger
than the
>impedance magnitude at the excitation point. Consequence: at a
remote
>point, the noise from a given source is bigger than at the source
itself.
>This effect was simulated and measured on various structures
independently
>by different people, and has been documented/published in several
articles
>at (among others) EPEP conferences and also in the IEEE Tr. CPMT
August 1999
>issue. Some of those articles are also available on-line.

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>For physically large and/or high-current designs, however,
>the power-distribution-impedance requirement and the needed measurement
>resolution may be in the milliohm range. One possible way to achieve such
>measurement resolution was published at DesignCon99 (also available on
>line).

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        Could you please tell me where I can find (on-line) the articles you
mentioned?
        Thank you!

        Roberto Vigliarolo

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