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How to consider the gound bounce in analog circuit?

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How to simulate the gound bounce in analog circuits? And How to build its model for simulation? Thanks
 

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you need package model, include the package in you
simulation file.
 

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Depending on the current flow of the components in the layout and the frequencies you should also concider the internal power grid as a parasitic net which could introduce ground bounce.

In the 90s with >0.5um ground bounce was more an package. With <0.18um also the internal supply start to make issues.
 

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