Mixed-Mode Simulation and Analog Multilevel Simulation by Resve Saleh, Shyh-Jye Jou, A. Richard Newton (auth.)

By Resve Saleh, Shyh-Jye Jou, A. Richard Newton (auth.)

Mixed-Mode Simulation and Analog Multilevel Simulation addresses the issues of simulating whole combined analog/digital structures within the time-domain. a whole hierarchy of modeling and simulation equipment for analog and electronic circuits is defined.
Mixed-Mode Simulation and Analog Multilevel Simulation additionally presents a chronology of the learn within the box of mixed-mode simulation and analog multilevel simulation over the past ten to 15 years. moreover, it presents sufficient details to the reader in order that a prototype mixed-mode simulator may be built utilizing the algorithms during this booklet.
Mixed-Mode Simulation and Analog Multilevel Simulation is additionally used as documentation for the SPLICE kin of mixed-mode courses as they're in accordance with the algorithms and methods defined during this publication.

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Analog multilevel simulation is discussed in Chapter 9. First, the key issues of analog multilevel simulation are described. Then the techniques to deal with s-domain, z-domain and mixed continuous- time/discrete-time simulation are presented. A macromodeling and simulation environment is presented at the end of the chapter. Chapter 10 provides a summary of the book and directions for future work. 2. ELECTRICAL SIMULA nON 31 CHAPTER 2 ELECTRICAL SIMULATION TECHNIQUES The features of circuit or electrical simulation are extremely important in mixed-mode simulation as they determine the overall speedup and efficiency of the simulator.

This process converts the nonlinear circuit into a linear equivalent network. The linearized network is solved using standard linear circuit analysis techniques [CHU75]. The Newton 2. ELECTRICAL SIMULATION 51 method involves repeating the above steps until convergence is obtained. To guarantee convergence of the Newton method, the functions F(x) and F'(x) must be continuous in an open neighborhood about x*, F'(x*)t:O, and the initial guess, xo, must be close to the final solution. The Newton method is preferred over the simpler fixed-point method for several reasons.

1). The most popular of these are Nodal Analysis (NA) [DES69], Modified Nodal Analysis (MNA) [H075] and Sparse Tableau Analysis (STA) [HAC71]. These formulations are all based on the application of Kirchoff's Current Law (KCL), Kirchoff's Voltage Law (KVL) and the branch constitutive equations [DES69]. Nodal Analysis is the simplest of the three approaches. It uses KCL, which requires that the sum of the currents entering each node equals the sum of the currents leaving each node. In a circuit containing n+ 1 nodes, if KCL is written for every node in the circuit, a system of n equations is obtained assuming that one node is defined as a reference node.

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