Efficient passive network description of IC conducted emission models for model reduction

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Ludwig, S.; Radić-Weissenfeld, Lj.; Mathis, W.; John, W.: Efficient passive network description of IC conducted emission models for model reduction. In: Advances in Radio Science 6 (2008), S. 133-137. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5194/ars-6-133-2008

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This article adresses the model reduction of IC conducted emission models. A method to efficiently deal with the high number of independent sources in IC conducted emission models, which are a strong limitation for model order reduction, is presented. A network alteration is proposed, which allows for a much higher model reduction than standard approaches. The system of the altered network can be more efficiently reduced with standard model order reduction algorithms in order to speed up frequency-simulations. Synthesising the reduced system into a passive electrical network enables fast time-simulations to be made with circuit simulators. The whole procedure is validated by reducing an example of an IC conducted emission model of an 32 Bit microcontroller.
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Issue Date: 2008
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