This paper introduces a scattering-based nonlinear macromodeling framework for high-speed differential drivers. Using an industrial test case, we show that the proposed scattering formulation enables more accurate and robust model identification with respect to standard voltage-current representations. The combination of proposed driver models with a Waveform Relaxation solver allows accurate and efficient transient channel simulation, including nonlinear and dynamic termination effects.

Scattering-based nonlinear macromodels of high-speed differential drivers / Siviero, Claudio; GRIVET TALOCIA, Stefano; Olivadese, SALVATORE BERNARDO; Kaller, D.. - STAMPA. - (2014), pp. 1-4. ((Intervento presentato al convegno 2014 IEEE 18th Workshop on Signal and Power Integrity (SPI) tenutosi a Ghent, Belgium nel 11-14 May 2014 [10.1109/SaPIW.2014.6844547].

Scattering-based nonlinear macromodels of high-speed differential drivers

SIVIERO, CLAUDIO;GRIVET TALOCIA, STEFANO;OLIVADESE, SALVATORE BERNARDO;
2014

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This paper introduces a scattering-based nonlinear macromodeling framework for high-speed differential drivers. Using an industrial test case, we show that the proposed scattering formulation enables more accurate and robust model identification with respect to standard voltage-current representations. The combination of proposed driver models with a Waveform Relaxation solver allows accurate and efficient transient channel simulation, including nonlinear and dynamic termination effects.
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