"\"This paper presents a new technique to perform parameterized sensitivity analyses of systems that depend on multiple design parameters, such as layout and substrate features. It uses the electromagnetic (EM) method called partial element equivalent circuit to compute state space matrices at a set of design space points. These EM matrices are interpolated as functions of the design parameters. The proposed interpolation scheme allows the computation of the derivatives of the matrices, which are needed to perform the sensitivity analysis. An extensive study of the required stability and passivity properties of the system involved in the parameterized sensitivity analysis is presented. Pertinent numerical results demonstrate the robustness, accuracy, and efficiency of the proposed methodology.\""

Parameterized Partial Element Equivalent Circuit Method for Sensitivity Analysis of Multiport Systems

ANTONINI, GIULIO;
2012-01-01

Abstract

"\"This paper presents a new technique to perform parameterized sensitivity analyses of systems that depend on multiple design parameters, such as layout and substrate features. It uses the electromagnetic (EM) method called partial element equivalent circuit to compute state space matrices at a set of design space points. These EM matrices are interpolated as functions of the design parameters. The proposed interpolation scheme allows the computation of the derivatives of the matrices, which are needed to perform the sensitivity analysis. An extensive study of the required stability and passivity properties of the system involved in the parameterized sensitivity analysis is presented. Pertinent numerical results demonstrate the robustness, accuracy, and efficiency of the proposed methodology.\""
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