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[资料共享] Steady-State Methods for Simulating Analog and Microwave Circuits

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        The motivation for starting the work described in this book was the interest that Hewlett-Packard's microwave circuit designers had in simulation techniques that could tackle the problem of finding steady­ state solutions for nonlinear circuits, particularly circuits contAIning distributed elements such as transmission lines. Examining the problem of computing steady-state solutions in this context has led to a collection of novel numerical algorithms which we have gathered, along with some background material, into this book. Although we wished to appeal to as broad an audience as possible, to treat the subject in depth required maintaining a narrow focus. Our compromise was to assume that the reader is familiar with basic numerical methods, such as might be found in [dahlquist74] or [vlach83], but not assume any specialized knowledge of methods for steady-state problems. Although we focus on algorithms for computing steady-state solutions of analog and microwave circuits, the methods herein are general in nature and may find use in other disciplines. A number of new algorithms are presented, the contributions primarily centering around new approaches to harmonic balance and mixed frequency-time methods. These methods are described, along with appropriate background material, in what we hope is a reasonably satisfying blend of theory, practice, and results. The theory is given so that the algorithms can be fully understood and their correctness established.


Authors and affiliations

Kenneth S. Kundert : Cadence Design Systems, USA

Jacob K. White : Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA

Alberto Sangiovanni-Vincentelli: University of CaliforniaBerkeley, USA



Bibliographic information

DOI
https://doi.org/10.1007/978-1-4757-2081-5

Copyright Information
Springer-Verlag US 1990

Publisher Name
Springer, Boston, MA

Print ISBN
978-1-4419-5121-2

Online ISBN
978-1-4757-2081-5


Ken Kundert created   Cadence’s   Spectre    and    Agilent’s    harmonic    balance  simulator.  He  cofounded  Designer’s    Guide    Consulting    in    2005. From   1989   to   2005,   he   worked at Cadence Design Systems, where  he  created  Spectre  and  was  the principal architect of the  Spectre  circuit  simulation  family  and  led   the   development   of   Spectre,   Spectrehdl, and SpectreRF. He also played  a  key  role  in  the  development  of  Cadence’s  AMS  Designer  and made substantial contributions to both the verilog-AMS and VHDL-AMS  languages.  While  in  school  he  authored  Sparse  and  created  Agilent’s  harmonic  balance  simulator.  He  was  also  a  circuit  designer  at  Tektronix  and  Hewlett-Packard  and  contributed to the design of the HP8510  microwave  network  analyzer.  He  has  written  three  books  on  circuit  simulation,  The  Designer’s  Guide  to  Verilog-AMS  (2004),  The Designer’s Guide to SPICE and Spectre (1995), and Steady-State Methods for  Simulating  Analog  and  Microwave  Circuits  (1990),   created  The  Designer’s  Guide  Community  Web  site,  and  authored  11  patents  and  three  dozen  papers  published  in  refereed  conferences  and  journals.  He  received  his  Ph.D.  in  electrical  engineering  from  the  University  of  California,  Berkeley,  in  1989,  his  M.S. degree in 1983, and his B.S. in 1979. He is a Fellow of the IEEE.
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