Analysis of signal integrity in a microstrip transmission line on a substrate of the nanoconducting dielectric
The paper presents the analysis of the signal integrity in microstrip transmission line with nanoconducting dielectric. It shows the results of calculating the passage of a sequence of pulses of trapezoidal shape to account for losses in copper. It is due to its finite conductivity and skin effect, which significantly affects the high frequency harmonics, and also to the loss in nanoconducting dielectric with a high end-to-end conductivity. It is shown that all these losses are small and the use of nanoconducting dielectrics for eliminating electrostatic discharge is justified.