TRANSIENT ANALYSIS OF A MICROSTRIP DIFFERENTIAL PAIR FOR HIGH-SPEED PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARDS

Authors

  • MIRCEA NICOLAESCU Department of Telecommunications Politehnica University
  • VICTOR CROITORU Department of Telecommunications Politehnica University
  • LEONTIN TUȚĂ Department of Communications and Information Technology, Military Technical Academy ”Ferdinand I”

Keywords:

Transient analysis, Microstrip, Differential pair, High-speed printed circuit boards

Abstract

This paper analyzes the behavior of a microstrip differential pair manufactured on Rogers 4003 C substrate for high-speed printed circuit boards. The electromagnetic parameters of the structure are computed using the full-wave electromagnetic method; then the primary parameters are extracted and a circuit is built-in PSpice to analyze the transient regime. The influence of the propagation delay and the asymmetry of the input signals are simulated by choosing specific parameters of the input pulses.

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Published

01.07.2022

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Électronique et transmission de l’information / Electronics & IT