52 research outputs found

    A Generic CAD Model for Arbitrarily Shaped and Multi-Layer Integrated Inductors on Silicon Substrates

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    A generic and process-independent lumped element model for simulating the performance of arbitrarily shaped and multi-layer inductors on silicon substrates is presented. Integrated inductors are modeled using an equivalent two-port network for each segment of the spiral. An algorithm that extracts the complete circuit is presented in detail. Element value calculation is based on microstrip line properties, considering magnetic and capacitive coupling, substrate losses, conductor skin effect and image current on the ground plane. Octagonal, square and two-layer integrated spiral inductors were designed and fabricated using three different processes. Measurement results confirm the accuracy of the model

    Inductor over MOSFET: Operation and theoretical study of a CMOS RF three-dimensional structure

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    RF operation of MOSFETs under integrated inductors

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    Systematic analysis and modeling of integrated inductors and transformers in RF IC design

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    Analysis and VLSI architecture of a nonlinear edge-preserving noise-smoothing image filter

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    An adaptive power amplifier lineariser based on a multilayer perceptron

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    A magnetic feedback method for low-voltage CMOS LNA reverse-isolation enhancement

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