Spatial-temporal Analysis Method of Plane Circuits Based on Two-Layer Cellular Neural Networks
Recently, the operational speeds of the integrated circuits are increasing rapidly. There have been many researches about transmission lines because they are very important for designing high performance integrated circuits. As well as transmission lines, the analysis of the power distribution of printed circuit boards becomes more and more important [1-3]. The analysis of the power distribution is important for designing decoupling capcitors. In the power distribution analysis, the finite element method is often applied. However, in the finite element method, in order to obtain the accurate results, we have to discretize the object into the many small elements and to solve large scale equations. It is very time consuming to solve those large scale equations by conventional degital computing.
KeywordsEquivalent Circuit Print Circuit Board Power Distribution Cellular Neural Network Snap Shot
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