The construction of black-box macromodels, either from frequency responses or via model order reduction, has become a standard practice in Computer-Aided Design flows of digital, analog, mixed-signal and radio-frequency systems. In order to be proficiently used, such macromodels need to be synthesized into equivalent circuits that are compatible with common circuit solvers. In this work, we propose a classical synthesis approach based on resistance extraction, which is here revisited and suitably modified to achieve sparsity, or equivalently, to produce a minimum number of basic circuit elements in the final netlist. The proposed approach produces circuit equivalents that are compatible with any type of circuit simulation, including transient and noise analysis.

Sparse noise-compliant synthesis of scattering macromodels via resistance extraction / GRIVET TALOCIA, Stefano; Olivadese, SALVATORE BERNARDO; Siviero, Claudio; P., Brenner. - STAMPA. - (2014), pp. 81-84. ((Intervento presentato al convegno Electrical Performance of Electronic Packaging and Systems (EPEPS), 2014 IEEE 23rd Conference on tenutosi a Portland, OR nel 26-29 Oct. 2014 [10.1109/EPEPS.2014.7103600].

Sparse noise-compliant synthesis of scattering macromodels via resistance extraction

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

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The construction of black-box macromodels, either from frequency responses or via model order reduction, has become a standard practice in Computer-Aided Design flows of digital, analog, mixed-signal and radio-frequency systems. In order to be proficiently used, such macromodels need to be synthesized into equivalent circuits that are compatible with common circuit solvers. In this work, we propose a classical synthesis approach based on resistance extraction, which is here revisited and suitably modified to achieve sparsity, or equivalently, to produce a minimum number of basic circuit elements in the final netlist. The proposed approach produces circuit equivalents that are compatible with any type of circuit simulation, including transient and noise analysis.
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