The electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) performances of a product can seriously be affected by interconnects. Interconnects can be studied by using the multiconductor transmission lines (MTLs) theory. Mathematical models of MTLs are normally validated with the aid of well-known software, such as MATLAB or PSpice. Simulink is part of the MATLAB suite but is not frequently used, and it is often underestimated both in academia and in the university education. In this paper, we briefly review the mathematical model for MTLs called DeRaG, which is a rational model based on delay extraction. Then, we propose the corresponding Simulink implementation for a 3-conductor transmission line. The Simulink has high readability, is accurate and the simulation time is remarkably faster than the corresponding model obtained in PSpice.

A Simulink Implementation of the Delay-Rational Green's-Function-Based Method for Multiconductor Transmission Lines

Antonini G.
2018

Abstract

The electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) performances of a product can seriously be affected by interconnects. Interconnects can be studied by using the multiconductor transmission lines (MTLs) theory. Mathematical models of MTLs are normally validated with the aid of well-known software, such as MATLAB or PSpice. Simulink is part of the MATLAB suite but is not frequently used, and it is often underestimated both in academia and in the university education. In this paper, we briefly review the mathematical model for MTLs called DeRaG, which is a rational model based on delay extraction. Then, we propose the corresponding Simulink implementation for a 3-conductor transmission line. The Simulink has high readability, is accurate and the simulation time is remarkably faster than the corresponding model obtained in PSpice.
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