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Contribution à la modélisation de l'Intégrité des alimentations dans les system-in-Package

Abstract : This thesis, performed in NXP Semiconductors, presents an analysis on POWER INTEGRITY and SIGNAL INTEGRITY in complex systems (System-in-Package SiP, System-on-Chip SoC, PoP, etc). This subject takes in account the propagation and its effects of conducted electromagnetic interferences due to digital activities in power distribution network. A statement of static and dynamic power consumption allows to consider effects of digital activities through a multi-clock and multi harmonic model based on technologies, clocks and geometries of a dedicated functions, blocks or dices. A global distributed CO-SIMULATION/CO-MODELISATION methodology for concurrent/simultaneous analysis of passif distribution network have been successfully applied to a full complex system. An original "power signature" concept is used to model high speed digital modules temporal and spatial distribution of their power switching activity for analog-mixed-digital co-simulations. Analysis of coupling effects at systems level have been studied through access ports with and without active SiP modules. The measured coupling is validated with predicted simulation results based on electromagnetic simulations and broad band SPICE extractions. Correlations are validated between observed spurs in presence of SiP active modules and the behavioral response (transfer function) of the active die multiport, and multi-port de-embedding analysis. The full model of complex system, available in SPICE environnement, allows to analyse propagation and its effects of conducted electromagnetic interferences on dices, functions and system of the SiP. Thanks to this work, it will possible to supply new design rules and optimize of decoupling capacities values. A dedicated software was elaborated to generate a quick digital activity model easy-to-implement in SPICE environment.
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Guillaume Boguszewski. Contribution à la modélisation de l'Intégrité des alimentations dans les system-in-Package. Electronique. Université Sciences et Technologies - Bordeaux I, 2009. Français. ⟨tel-00991198⟩

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