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EMC-aware design on a microcontroller for automotive applications

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EMC-aware design on a microcontroller for automotive applications
In modern digital ICs, the increasing demand for performance and throughput requires operating frequencies of hundreds of megahertz, and in several cases exceeding the gigahertz range. Following the technology scaling trends, this request will continue to rise, thus increasing the electromagnetic interference (EMI) generated by electronic systems. The enforcement of strict governmental regulations and international standards, mainly (but not only) in the automotive domain, are driving new efforts towards design solutions for electromagnetic compatibility (EMC). Hence, EMC/EMI is rapidly becoming a major concern for high-speed circuit and package designers. The on-chip power rail noise is one of the most detrimental sources of electromagnetic (EM) conducted emissions, since it propagates to the board through the power and ground I/O pads. In this work we investigate the impact of power rail noise on EMI, and we show that by limiting this noise source it is possible to drastically reduc...
Patrice Joubert Doriol, Yamarita Villavicencio, Cr
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Year 2009
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Authors Patrice Joubert Doriol, Yamarita Villavicencio, Cristiano Forzan, Mario Rotigni, Giovanni Graziosi, Davide Pandini
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