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An efficient and accurate method of estimating substrate noise coupling in heavily doped substrates Public Deposited

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  • This thesis presents a Z-parameter based model to predict the substratenoise coupling between two contacts in a heavily doped substrate for frequenciesless than 2 GHz. The empirical model is scalable with contact size and spacingsbetween the contacts and model parameters can be readily extracted from simu-lated or measured data. The error is within acceptable limits and computationalcosts associated with extraction of substrate parasitics is significantly reduced byusing this model compared to numerical techniques. An application of the modelto analyze the substrate noise coupling between a digital and analog block is alsodemonstrated.
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