2009Lecture10Part3Parasitics

2009Lecture10Part3Parasitics - ~20 A~ tune~ circuit I I +...

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-I b 01 Model R01 10pF c o 274.0. l\J C5 22UF l-~~, C3 ~I 2350pF I - L __ J (7) LC5 r--' I~I. .;. . L I<D R83.9k.o. I- '"' al N -1M lal _J RL 50.0. \ eN 1 ~ V TEST +
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;- , , 26 Parasitic Default Noninal Component element Symbol value value Resistor Shunt C CR 0·01 pF 0·2-0·4 pF Series L LR 0·1 nR 10-30 nR Capacitor Shunt R RC 100 Meg n 1/21TICD Series L LC 0·1 nR 10-30 nR Inductor Series H, I~L 0·001 n 27T/NL/Q n -, Shunt C CL 0·01 pF 1/L(21T1 min)2 Table 2. Nominal and default values for parasitic elements of resistors, capaci ors and inductors. D = dissipation factor of capacitor at frequency I. Q n = nominal quality factor of inductor at frequency In. Imin = minimum value of inductor self-resonant frequency.
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23 Simulation (I) (2) (3) LC2 0·1 nR 10nR 10nR LC3 0·1 nR 10nR 10nR LC4 0·1 nR 10nR 10nR LC5 0·1 nR 10nR 10nR LC6 0·1 nIl 10nR 10nR LR5 0·1 nH 25nH 25 nH LR8 0·1 nIl 25 nH 25nH
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