A rigorous full-wave analysis of microstrip via hole grounds is presented using a three-dimensional mode-matching technique in connection with a suitable segmentation of the structure into homogeneous parallelepipedal cells. The adoption of the novel impressed source technique reduces substantially the numerical effort compared to the transverse resonance technique and, in addition to the finite metallization thickness, accounts for possible package interaction. theoretical results are compared with experimental data from various sources, including the authors' experiments, showing excellent agreement. Package effects have been observed experimentally and shown to be fully predicted by the theory

Full-wave modeling of via hole grounds in microstrip by three-dimensional mode matching technique

G. Avitabile;
1992

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A rigorous full-wave analysis of microstrip via hole grounds is presented using a three-dimensional mode-matching technique in connection with a suitable segmentation of the structure into homogeneous parallelepipedal cells. The adoption of the novel impressed source technique reduces substantially the numerical effort compared to the transverse resonance technique and, in addition to the finite metallization thickness, accounts for possible package interaction. theoretical results are compared with experimental data from various sources, including the authors' experiments, showing excellent agreement. Package effects have been observed experimentally and shown to be fully predicted by the theory
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