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PCB Decoupling Optimization with Variable Number of Capacitors

Originální název

PCB Decoupling Optimization with Variable Number of Capacitors

Anglický název

PCB Decoupling Optimization with Variable Number of Capacitors

Jazyk

en

Originální abstrakt

The decoupling of modern printed circuit boards introduces a very complex task. Powerful stochastic optimizers are usually used to determine values and positions of decoupling capacitors on the board. The number of capacitors used has to be determined a priori by the user which brings problems with convergence of the optimization process or can lead to a waste of resources when the noises are to be attenuated to a certain level. In this paper, an approach based on combination of Time Domain - Contour Integral Method and Optimization with Variable Number of Dimensions is introduced. The optimizer works with models having variable dimensions and searches for the optimal one. The approach is tested on two example power circuit boards with various noise attenuation limits and constraints on capacitors positions and values.

Anglický abstrakt

The decoupling of modern printed circuit boards introduces a very complex task. Powerful stochastic optimizers are usually used to determine values and positions of decoupling capacitors on the board. The number of capacitors used has to be determined a priori by the user which brings problems with convergence of the optimization process or can lead to a waste of resources when the noises are to be attenuated to a certain level. In this paper, an approach based on combination of Time Domain - Contour Integral Method and Optimization with Variable Number of Dimensions is introduced. The optimizer works with models having variable dimensions and searches for the optimal one. The approach is tested on two example power circuit boards with various noise attenuation limits and constraints on capacitors positions and values.

BibTex


@article{BUT150422,
  author="Petr {Kadlec} and Martin {Marek} and Martin {Štumpf} and Vladimír {Šeděnka}",
  title="PCB Decoupling Optimization with Variable Number of Capacitors",
  annote="The decoupling of modern printed circuit boards introduces a very complex task. Powerful stochastic optimizers are usually used to determine values and positions of decoupling capacitors on the board. The number of capacitors used has to be determined a priori by the user which brings problems with convergence of the optimization process or can lead to a waste of resources when the noises are to be attenuated to a certain level. In this paper, an approach based on combination of Time Domain - Contour Integral Method and Optimization with Variable Number of Dimensions is introduced. The optimizer works with models having variable dimensions and searches for the optimal one. The approach is tested on two example power circuit boards with various noise attenuation limits and constraints on capacitors positions and values.",
  address="IEEE",
  chapter="150422",
  doi="10.1109/TEMC.2018.2876244",
  howpublished="print",
  institution="IEEE",
  number="4",
  volume="20",
  year="2018",
  month="november",
  pages="1--8",
  publisher="IEEE",
  type="journal article in Scopus"
}