Development of an Efficient Methodology for Modeling Parasitic Effects within a Broadband Test Circuit

Abstract : The work of this thesis deals with the developing of an efficient methodology for modeling parasitic effects within a broadband board. Reducing “Time to Market” for the design of RF and microwave products necessitates the development of an efficient characterization and modeling methodologies for better calibrating the errors embedded within the test board.Main results concern the following contributions:- Development of an innovative calibration standards to characterize and model the parasitic effects embedded within the model.- Elaboration of a new approach based on a TRL calibration technique and de-embedding method effective to de-embed these effects.- Application on differential devices upon using multi-port TRL calibration.The new proposed approach for calibration and de-embedding is applied to an active device which is being in use in industry nowadays. The measurement result of the device within a load board has been compared to a calibrated measurement using an evaluation board that include TRL standards.This study has been extended with multi-port TRL calibration to be used for large variety of devices like the differential ones.
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Kassem Hamze. Development of an Efficient Methodology for Modeling Parasitic Effects within a Broadband Test Circuit. Electronics. Normandie Université, 2018. English. ⟨NNT : 2018NORMC232⟩. ⟨tel-01958150⟩

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