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BTS092 Looking Under the Sheets at Inductance

BTS092 Looking Under the Sheets at Inductance

By Eric Bogatin, No Myths Allowed, PCD&F, Nov. 2007
The loop inductance of a surface trace, or section of power and ground planes, is often an important number to know, especially when it is part of the power delivery network. This column shows that a very simple approximation can be used to estimate the loop inductance of any pair of conductors that is as easy to think of as sheet resistance. It removes the mystery behind the often used term sheet inductance, and turns it into a powerful ally in combating voltage noise problems.

 

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