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Student
Title
Supervisor
Faculty
Educational Programme
Final Grade
Year of Graduation
Aleksei Zhadov
Analysis of Signal Integrity in a Microstrip Transmission Line on a Substrate of Dielectric with Nanoconductivity
Computer Systems and Networks
(Master’s programme)
2017
The work is devoted to the analysis of signal integrity for microstrip transmission line with nano-conductive dielectric that can be applied to prevent electrostatic discharges. The paper presents a review of other methods of dealing with the electrification, the basic principles used to ensure signal integrity in PCBs, the calculation results of passing signals of the trapezoidal form for the microstrip line taking losses due to skin effect and dielectric losses that can significantly affect high-frequency harmonic components of the signal and, consequently, to its integrity. It is shown that nano-conductive dielectric does not make a significant impact to signal integrity.

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