Residual Network Based Direct Synthesis of EM Structures: A Study on One-to-One Transformers

08/25/2020
by   David Munzer, et al.
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We propose using machine learning models for the direct synthesis of on-chip electromagnetic (EM) passive structures to enable rapid or even automated designs and optimizations of RF/mm-Wave circuits. As a proof of concept, we demonstrate the direct synthesis of a 1:1 transformer on a 45nm SOI process using our proposed neural network model. Using pre-existing transformer s-parameter files and their geometric design training samples, the model predicts target geometric designs.

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